Definition of niopo in English:

niopo

(also ñupa, ñopo, ñopa)

noun

  • A hallucinogenic snuff used by certain South American Indian peoples, prepared from the seeds of the tree Anadenanthera peregrina (family Mimosaceae (Leguminosae)) and related species.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Helen Maria Williams (1761–1827), writer. From Otamaco niopo.

Pronunciation

niopo

/niːˈəʊpəʊ/