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wandoo

[ won-doo ]
/ wɒnˈdu /
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noun, plural wan·doos.
an Australian tree, Eucalyptus redunca, having hard, heavy wood valued as timber.
the wood of this tree.
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Origin of wandoo

First recorded in 1880–85, wandoo is from the Nyungar word wando
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British Dictionary definitions for wandoo

wandoo
/ (ˈwɒnduː) /

noun
a eucalyptus tree, Eucalyptus wandoo, of W Australia, having white bark and durable wood

Word Origin for wandoo

from a native Australian language
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