Jaggery palm
Jaggery palm Jag"ger*y palm An East Indian palm ({Caryota urens}) having leaves pinnate with wedge-shaped divisions, the petiole very stout. It is the principal source of jaggery, and is often cultivated for ornament. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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