a hard resin obtained from the bark of the kauri or found, sometimes in masses of as much as 100 pounds (45 kg), in the soil where the tree has grown: used chiefly in making varnish.
/ˈkɑːuːruː/ noun (pl) kauru 1. (NZ) the edible stem of the cabbage tree
[kou-ree] /ˈkaʊ ri/ noun, plural kauries. 1. .
[kout-skee] /ˈkaʊt ski/ noun 1. Karl Johann [kahrl yoh-hahn] /ˈkɑrl ˈyoʊ hɑn/ (Show IPA), 1854–1938, German socialist writer and editor.
[kah-vuh] /ˈkɑ və/ noun 1. a Polynesian shrub, Piper methysticum, of the pepper family, the aromatic roots of which are used to make an intoxicating beverage. 2. the beverage made from these roots. /ˈkɑːvə/ noun 1. a Polynesian shrub, Piper methysticum: family Piperaceae 2. a drink prepared from the aromatic roots of this shrub