coyotillo[kō′yə til′ō, ko̵i′ə-]
coyotillo definition by Webster's New World
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coyotillo definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. coy·o·til·los
A poisonous shrub (Karwinskia humboldtiana) native to Texas and Mexico, having small greenish flowers and black fruits.
Origin: American Spanish, diminutive of coyote, coyote; see coyote .