[noo-tree-uh, nyoo-] /ˈnu tri ə, ˈnyu-/

the coypu.
the fur of the coypu, resembling beaver, used for making coats, hats, suit trimmings, etc.
another name for the coypu, used esp to refer to its fur
a brown colour with a grey tinge

1836, from Spanish nutria “otter,” also lutria, from Latin lutra (see otter).


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