Definition of eucy in English:

eucy

noun

Australian
informal
  • A eucalyptus.

    ‘I'm looking for a medium-sized quick-growing eucy’
    as modifier ‘the eucy oil industry’
    • ‘Robbie started cutting eucy leaves in the 1960s as a means to support his family.’
    • ‘I passed a guy harvesting eucy leaves a little further on.’
    • ‘A collection of vats, the remnants of a boiler and a crane, and a well dome indicate you have discovered the remains of a eucy oil distillery.’
    • ‘I know you are not a gardening chap, but you are real keen to get your eucy plant.’
    • ‘They cut some eucy out of these hills!’
    • ‘I was wondering if is it safe to let budgies munch on fresh eucy leaves.’

Origin

1970s: abbreviation of eucalyptus + -y.

Pronunciation

eucy

/ˈjuːki/