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co·pai·ba

(kō-pī'bă),
The oleoresin of Copaifera officinalis and other species of Copaifera (family Leguminosae), a South American plant; copaiba oil is used as an expectorant, diuretic, and stimulant.
Synonym(s): balsam of copaiba
[Sp.]
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banda), que en el texto se aplica a las margenes de los rios (29) y que se documenta en el Nuevo Mundo desde muy pronto (Frago 1999: 137, 142, 228, 280), copaiba 'copayero' (RAE 1992: s.
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