kaneelhart

noun ka·neel·hart \ kəˈnā(ə)lˌhärt \

Definition of kaneelhart

plural -s
1 :a tropical tree (Licania cayenensis) of Central and South America
2 :the very strong wood of kaneelhart

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Origin and Etymology of kaneelhart

probably from Dutch, from kaneel cinnamon (from Middle Dutch caneel, canele, from Middle French cannelle, from Medieval Latin canella) + Dutch hart heart, from Middle Dutch herte, harte; akin to Old English heorte heart


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