South Dakota (used as a nickname).
[koi-uh-til-oh; Spanish kaw-yaw-tee-yaw] /ˌkɔɪ əˈtɪl oʊ; Spanish ˌkɔ yɔˈti yɔ/ noun, plural coyotillos [koi-uh-til-ohz; Spanish kaw-yaw-tee-yaws] /ˌkɔɪ əˈtɪl oʊz; Spanish ˌkɔ yɔˈti yɔs/ (Show IPA) 1. a poisonous shrub with black berries, Karwinskia humboldtiana, of the buckthorn family, found in Mexico and the southwestern U.S. /ˌkəʊjəʊˈtiːljəʊ/ noun (pl) -los 1. a thorny poisonous rhamnaceous shrub, […]
/French kwapɛl/ noun 1. Antoine. 1661–1722, French baroque painter, noted esp for his large biblical compositions
[koi-poo] /ˈkɔɪ pu/ noun, plural coypus (especially collectively) coypu. 1. a large, South American, aquatic rodent, Myocastor (or Myopotamus) coypus, yielding the fur nutria. /ˈkɔɪpuː/ noun (pl) -pus, -pu 1. an aquatic South American hystricomorph rodent, Myocastor coypus, introduced into Europe: family Capromyidae. It resembles a small beaver with a ratlike tail and is bred […]
[koi] /kɔɪ/ adjective, coyer, coyest. 1. artfully or affectedly shy or reserved; slyly hesitant; coquettish. 2. shy; modest. 3. showing reluctance, especially when insincere or affected, to reveal one’s plans or opinions, make a commitment, or take a stand: The mayor was coy about his future political aspirations. 4. Archaic. disdainful; aloof. 5. Obsolete. quiet; […]