tatajuba

noun
ta·​ta·​ju·​ba | \ˌtätəˈzhübə\
plural -s

Definition of tatajuba 

: the yellow brown heavy durable wood of a Brazilian tree (Bagassa guianensis) of the family Moraceae that is used for furniture and heavy construction work

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