any of several trees and shrubs belonging to the genus Albizia, of the legume family, native to warm regions of the Old World, having feathery pinnate leaves, densely clustered flowers, and flat pods.
The bark of the musuemba (albizzia coriaria) is largely used in the tanning of leather.
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air-launched ballistic missile. air-launched ballistic missile
died a.d. 573? king of the Langobards 561?–573? Historical Examples But in doing so she breathed a silent prayer, and resolved that the unpardonable insult should be washed out in Alboin’s blood. Historical Tales, Vol 5 (of 15) Charles Morris Since the invasion of Alboin, Italy had groaned under 37 a complication of evils. The […]
the white horse that Muhammad rode to heaven. Historical Examples Alborak, a wonderful horse of Mahomet, an impersonation of the lightning as his steed. The Nuttall Encyclopaedia Edited by Rev. James Wood He was, as it were, riding on the back of Alborak into the Seventh Heaven of satisfaction. Edith and John Franklin S. Farquhar […]
a seaport in NE Jutland, in Denmark. noun a variant spelling of Aalborg