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noun de·o·dar \ˈdē-ə-ˌdär\

Definition of DEODAR

:  an East Indian cedar (Cedrus deodara)

Variants of DEODAR

de·o·dar also de·o·da·ra \ˌdē-ə-ˈdär-ə\

Origin of DEODAR

Hindi & Urdu devadār, deodār, from Sanskrit devadāru, literally, timber of the gods, from deva god + dāru wood — more at deity, tree
First Known Use: 1842


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