lodh bark

noun \ˈlōd-\

Definition of lodh bark

  1. :  the bark of an East Indian tree (Symplocos racemosa) that is a source of a yellow dye and is used locally as a mordant

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Origin and Etymology of lodh bark

Hindi lodh, from Sanskrit lodhra, rodhra; akin to Sanskrit rudhira red — more at red

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