quandong

noun quan·dong \ˈkwänˌdäŋ\\-n‧ˌtäŋ\
variants: less commonly

quandang

or

quondong

\ˈkwänˌdäŋ\ or

quantong

\-n‧ˌtäŋ\

Definition of quandong

plural

-s

  1. 1a :  a small or shrubby Australian tree (Fusanus acuminatus or Elaeocarpus grandis) of the family Santalaceae that has lanceolate leaves and small flowers in terminal panicles followed by round edible red drupes b :  the fruit of the quandong tree —called also native peach — see quandong nut

  2. 2 :  brisbane quandong

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Origin and Etymology of quandong

native name in Australia


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