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antiar

[ an-tee-ahr ]
/ ˈæn tiˌɑr /
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noun

the upas tree.
Also an·ti·a·rin [an-tee-er-in]. /ˈæn ti ər ɪn/. an arrow poison prepared from the sap of the upas tree.

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Origin of antiar

1860–65; said to be <Java Malay ancar
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British Dictionary definitions for antiar

antiar
/ (ˈæntɪˌɑː) /

noun

another name for upas (def. 1), upas (def. 2)

Word Origin for antiar

from Javanese
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