[ bol-doh ]
/ ˈbɒl doʊ /
noun, plural bol·dos.
a Chilean evergreen tree, Peumus boldus, cultivated in California for its aromatic foliage.
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Origin of boldo
1710–20; <American Spanish <Araucanian voldo
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