/ (ˌkaɪkəˈtɪə) /
a tall New Zealand coniferous tree, Podocarpus dacrydioides, valued for its timber and resinAlso called: white pine
Word Origin for kahikatea
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Examples from the Web for kahikatea
In making this tattooing-ink the soot from fires of white-pine (kahikatea) wood was used.
A large fire was kindled in the cave, or rua, and for several days was constantly fed with the resinous timber of the kahikatea.