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timbo

noun tim·bo \ tēmˈbȯ , tim- , -bō \

Definition of timbo

plural -s
1 : an Amazonian woody vine (Paullinia pinnata) the bitter bark of which contains a fish poison
2 : 3cube 2

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Origin and Etymology of timbo

Portuguese timbó, from Tupi


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timbo

noun \ " \

Definition of timbo

plural -s
1 : a timber tree (Enterolobium timbouva) of Argentina
2 : the easily worked red wood of timbo used for furniture and interior woodwork

Origin and Etymology of timbo

Spanish timbó, from Guarani


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