kumarahou

noun ku·ma·ra·hou

Definition of kumarahou

plural -s
New Zealand
: any of several native woody plants: such as
a : a branching shrub (Pomaderris elliptica) with leaves lustrous above and whitish tomentose below and cymes of fragrant pale yellow flowers
b : a small sometimes shrubby tree (Quintinia serrata) that is more or less covered with whitish scales and has shining leathery serrated leaves and cymes of pale lilac flowers

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Origin and Etymology of kumarahou

Maori


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