rhodium wood

noun

Definition of rhodium wood

  1. :  the fragrant wood of the root and stem of either of two shrubs (Convolvulus scoparius and C. virgatus) native to the island of Teneriffe

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Origin and Etymology of rhodium wood

partial translation of New Latin lignum rhodium, from Latin lignum wood + New Latin rhodium, neuter of rhodius of the rose, from Greek rhodon rose


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