iro·ko noun \ə-ˈrō-(ˌ)kō\
: a large tropical western African tree (Chlorophora excelsa) of the mulberry family having strong streaky insect-resistant wood which is often used as a teak substitute; also : this wood
Origin of IROKO
First Known Use: 1890
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