jarrah

noun
jar·​rah | \ˈjer-ə, ˈja-rə\

Definition of jarrah 

: a tall eucalyptus (Eucalyptus marginata) of western Australia with rough bark, alternate leaves, and durable hard wood also : its wood

First Known Use of jarrah

circa 1866, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for jarrah

Nyungar (Australian aboriginal language of southwest Western Australia) jarrilʸ

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