rewa-rewa

noun re·wa-re·wa \ ˈrewəˈrewə \

Definition of rewa-rewa

plural -s
1 : a slender New Zealand tree (Knightia excelsa) resembling the Lombardy poplar in habit but yielding a valuable timber
2 : the strong heavy mottled red wood of the rewa-rewa called also New Zealand honeysuckle

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Origin and Etymology of rewa-rewa

Maori


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