[guh-boon, ga-, gah-] /gəˈbun, gæ-, gɑ-/
Also called gaboon mahogany. the soft, reddish-brown wood of an African tree, Aucoumea klaineana, used for making furniture.
the tree itself.
the dark mahogany-like wood from a western and central African burseraceous tree, Aucoumea klaineana, used in plywood, for furniture, and as a veneer
[gab-uh-neez, -nees, gah-buh-] /ˌgæb əˈniz, -ˈnis, ˌgɑ bə-/ adjective 1. of or relating to or its inhabitants. noun, plural Gabonese. 2. an inhabitant or native of . /ˌɡæbəˈniːz/ adjective 1. of or relating to Gabon or its inhabitants noun 2. a native or inhabitant of Gabon
noun 1. a large, venomous snake, Bitis gabonica, of tropical African forests, having large retractable fangs and geometrically patterned scales of yellow, brown, and sometimes purple. noun 1. a large venomous viper, Bitis gabonica, that occurs in African rainforests. It has brown and purple markings and hornlike projections on its snout
[gah-bawr, guh-bawr] /ˈgɑ bɔr, gəˈbɔr/ noun 1. Dennis, 1900–79, British physicist, born in Hungary: inventor of holography; Nobel Prize 1971. /ɡəˈbɔː/ noun 1. Dennis. 1900–79, British electrical engineer, born in Hungary. He invented holography: Nobel prize for physics 1971 Gabor (gä’bôr, gə-bôr’) Hungarian-born British physicist who invented the technique of holography in 1947.
[ga-baw-ryoh] /ga bɔˈryoʊ/ noun 1. Émile [ey-meel] /eɪˈmil/ (Show IPA), 1835–73, French author of detective stories.