Macaco



[muh-kah-koh, -key-] /məˈkɑ koʊ, -ˈkeɪ-/

noun, plural macacos.
1.
any of several lemurs, as Lemur macaco.
2.
Obsolete. .
/məˈkɑːkəʊ; -ˈkeɪ-/
noun (pl) -cos
1.
any of various lemurs, esp Lemur macaco, the males of which are usually black and the females brown

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