baticulin

noun ba·ti·cu·lin \bəˌtēkəˈlēn\
variants: or

batikulin

\bəˌtēkəˈlēn\ or

baticuling

or

batikuling

\-ˈliŋ\

Definition of baticulin

plural

-s

  1. :  any of several Philippine timber trees of the family Lauraceae (especially Litsia robusta) that yield a wood much used for carvings and cabinetwork

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Origin and Etymology of baticulin

Tagalog batikulíng


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