doundaké

noun
doun·​da·​ké | \dünˈdäkē\
variants: or doundaké bark
plural -s

Definition of doundaké 

: the bark of the country fig formerly used as an astringent and febrifuge

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History and Etymology for doundaké

Wolof dundaké, a creeper

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