- any of certain cloverlike ferns of the genus Marsilea, which grow in swampy areas
- the spores of such a plant, used as food in Australia
C19: from a native Australian language
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Examples from the Web for nardoo
Afterwards a supply of nardoo was given him; at which he ate until he could eat no more.The Red True Story Book</p>
For a meal, they boiled some of the nardoo seeds, and then made for the main creek.
Even if we could get fish, I doubt whether we could do much on that and nardoo alone.
King searched about and found a few small patches of nardoo.
We gathered some nardoo and boiled the seeds, as we were unable to pound them.Successful Exploration Through the Interior of Australia
William John Wills