pterocarpus erinaceus


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Kino \Ki"no\, n.
   The dark red dried juice of certain plants, used variously in
   tanning, in dyeing, and as an astringent in medicine.
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   Note: The chief supply is from an East Indian leguminous
         tree, the Pterocarpus Marsupium. Other sources are
         the African Pterocarpus erinaceus, the tropical
         American sea grape (Coccoloba uvifera), and several
         Australian Eucalypti. See Botany bay kino, under
         Botany bay, Gum butea, under Gum, and
         Eucalyptus.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Rosewood \Rose"wood\, n.
   A valuable cabinet wood of a dark red color, streaked and
   variegated with black, obtained from several tropical
   leguminous trees of the genera Dalbergia and Machaerium.
   The finest kind is from Brazil, and is said to be from the
   Dalbergia nigra.
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   African rosewood, the wood of the leguminous tree
      Pterocarpus erinaceus.

   Jamaica rosewood, the wood of two West Indian trees
      (Amyris balsamifera, and Linocieria ligustrina).

   New South Wales rosewood, the wood of {Trichilia
      glandulosa}, a tree related to the margosa.
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