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yohimbe

[ yoh-him-bey, -bee ]
/ yoʊˈhɪm beɪ, -bi /
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noun
a tropical African tree, Corynanthe johimbe, whose bark is a source of the alkaloid yohimbine.

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Origin of yohimbe

(<New Latin ) ≪ a language of Cameroon, where specimens were first procured
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