ébano

noun éba·no \ ˈābəˌnō , ˈeb- \

Definition of ébano

plural -s
:any of several Mexican and Central American timber trees of the genus Caesalpinia (especially C. sclerocarpa)

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Origin and Etymology of ébano

American Spanish, from Spanish, ebony, from Latin ebenus


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