[kuh-mey-luh, kam-uh-luh, kuhm-] /kəˈmeɪ lə, ˈkæm ə lə, ˈkʌm-/

a powder from the capsules of an East Indian tree, Mallotus philippinensis, of the spurge family, used as a yellow dye and in medicine as an anthelmintic.
/kəˈmɑːlə; ˈkæmələ/
an East Indian euphorbiaceous tree, Mallotus philippinensis
a powder obtained from the seed capsules of this tree, used as a dye and formerly as a worm powder


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