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Explanation: "Cacahuete" (without a stress mark) in Spain,"Cacahuate" in Mexico and some Central American countries. "Mani" with
a stress mark in the "i" in the majority of Latin American countries.
In Cuba there is a famous song called
"El Manicero" for "the peanut vendor".