[mahr-buh l-woo d] /ˈmɑr bəlˌwʊd/

any of several trees having somewhat resembling in graining or texture, as Diospyros marmorata, of southern Asia, or Olea paniculata, of Australia.
the of any of these trees.
a Malaysian tree, Diospyros marmorata: family Ebenaceae
the distinctively marked wood of this tree, having black bands on a lighter background


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