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[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


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