Maqui meaning

mä'kē
An evergreen shrub (Aristotelia chilensis) native to Chile and Argentina, bearing edible purple berries used to make juice and wine.
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An ornamental Chilean plant (Aristotelia chilensis, family Elaeocarpaceae) of the same order (Malvales) as the linden tree: fiber from its bark is used for stringing native musical instruments, and its purple berries are made into a medicinal wine.
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A South American shrub (Aristotelia maqui).
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Origin of maqui

  • American Spanish of Araucanian origin
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition