any of various trees that yield gum, such as the eucalyptus, sweet gum, and sour gum Sometimes shortened to gum
Also called gumwood. the wood of the eucalyptus tree
(informal) up a gumtree, in a very awkward position; in difficulties
noun 1. any tree that exudes gum, as a eucalyptus, the sour gum, or the sweet gum. 2. any of various other gum-yielding trees, as the sapodilla.
[guhm-weed] /ˈgʌmˌwid/ noun 1. any of various New World composite plants of the genus Grindelia, having yellow flower heads and covered with a viscid secretion.
[guhm-woo d] /ˈgʌmˌwʊd/ noun 1. the of a , especially the of a eucalyptus or of the .
[goo n-uh] /ˈgʊn ə/ noun 1. (in Sankhya and Vedantic philosophy) one of the three qualities of prakriti, or nature, which are passion (rajas) dullness or inertia (tamas) and goodness or purity (sattva)