- a New Zealand myrtaceous tree, Leptospermum Ericoides, with aromatic leavesAlso called: white tea tree
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Historical Examples of kanuka
A low colloquy ensued, and then Kanuka turned to his employer.
"She has mixed it with snow," interpreted Kanuka, as she urged it upon him.
Kanuka turned to his men and talked to them rapidly and in low tones.
At this interesting point Kanuka entered from a rear door, stamping off the snow, and took his place on the bench beside Fred.
Kanuka muttered something Larkin could not understand, and pointed to a low line of clouds in the west.