Meaning of saccacommis in English:

saccacommis

Pronunciation /ˌsakəˈkəʊmi/

noun

historical, rare North American
  • The plant bearberry, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi. Also: the leaves of this plant used for smoking with, or as a substitute for, tobacco.

Origin

Early 18th century. From North American French saccacomi, †sagakomi, †sac à commis bearberry leaves used for smoking, the plant itself from Ojibwa (in an early variety) sakaakkomin bearberry.