Definition of doom palm
: a large African fan palm (Hyphaene thebaica) that is important as a soil stabilizer in desert areas and that has fibrous leafstalks used for ropes and a fruit with a gingerbread-flavored pulp and a rind which is used in making a beverage
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Origin and Etymology of doom palm
French doum, from Arabic dawm
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