makomako

noun
ma·​ko·​ma·​ko | \ˈmäkōˌmä(ˌ)kō, ˈməkəˌmək\
variants: or mako \ˈmä(ˌ)kō \
plural -s

Definition of makomako 

1 : a New Zealand tree (Aristotelia racemosa) of the family Elaeocarpaceae having a small red berry that turns black at maturity and is used for making wine

called also wineberry

2 : the New Zealand bellbird

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