noun man·ge·ao \ˌmän(g)āˈau̇\

Definition of mangeao



  1. :  a New Zealand timber tree (Litsea calicaris) that has tough hard wood with dark grayish brown bark and flowers in 4- to 5-flowered umbels arranged in axillary racemes

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to cast off or become cast off

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