What does the name Yucca mean? Find out below.
Note: ☞ The species with more rigid leaves (as Yucca aloifolia Yucca Treculiana, and Yucca baccata) are called Spanish bayonet, and one with softer leaves (Yucca filamentosa) is called bear grass, and Adam's needle.
Etymology: NL., from Yuca, its name in St. Domingo
Variant of yuca, from Galibi Carib yuca (“cassava (Manihot esculenta)”). The word was applied to plants of the genus Yucca (now the main sense), because Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778) and others confused them with the cassava.
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