- the light, yellowish-brown wood of a Japanese ash, Fraxinus mandschurica, used for making furniture.
Origin of tamo
< Japanese tamo(-no-ki), tamu-(no-ki) name of the tree
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Examples from the Web for tamo
We come back to the Johnson place and stayed there three years, then my father rented the Alexander place on the Tamo.
The ceremony is similar in some respects to the tamo of the Nabaloi.
Sacred songs form a part of the worship in connection with the Kankanay mandit, palis, tamo, and bindian.