Ita palm
Ita palm I"ta palm` (Bot.) A magnificent species of palm ({Mauritia flexuosa}), growing near the Orinoco. The natives eat its fruit and buds, drink its sap, and make thread and cord from its fiber. [1913 Webster]

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