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totara

/ˈtəʊtərə/
noun
1.
a tall coniferous forest tree, Podocarpus totara, of New Zealand, having a hard durable wood
Word Origin
Māori
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  • He went up the Tamar, and at totara slew five hundred men, and baked and ate three hundred of them.

    The Book of the Bush George Dunderdale
  • The "totara" is a tree that reminds one of the English yew, but its narrow leaves are longer and of a yellower green.

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