Definition of Coppra

1. copra [n -S] - See also: copra



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coppra

coppice regeneration
coppiced
coppices
coppicing
coppies
coppin
copping
copping out
coppins
coppish
copple
coppled
copples
copplestone
copplestones
coppra (current term)
coppras
coppy
copra
copra itch
copra oil
coprah
coprahs
copras
coprecipitate
coprecipitated
coprecipitates
coprecipitating
coprecipitation
coprecipitations

Literary usage of Coppra

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1. At Home in Fiji by Constance Frederica Gordon Cumming (1883)
"122194 20700 18640 At the close of 1878 the area under cultivation was as follows:— coppra—ie, cocoa-nut, . . . • acres. Cotton, ...... 2390 „ Sugar, . ..."

2. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1884)
"coppra, dried meat of cocoanut, XIV. 592,1 a. Copp's hill, in Boston, III. 116, 1 b. Copri'ni (fungi), rapid growth of, VII. 530,1 a. ..."

3. A Lady's Cruise in a French Man-of-war by Constance Frederica Gordon Cumming (1882)
"Of course where cocoa-palms are so abundant, a considerable amount of coppra,1 is to be obtained ; bet the natives have unfortunately been instructed in the ..."

4. The Boy Travellers in Australasia: Adventures of Two Youths in a Journey to by Thomas Wallace Knox (1889)
"As to the products of the islands," continued Frank, " they consist principally of cocoanut-oil and coppra (the dried substance of the cocoa- nut, ..."

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