guaiacum

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Modern Latin, from Spanish guayacan.

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guaiacum (usually uncountable, plural guaiacums)

  1. Any of a number of species of tree of the genus Guaiacum, native to the West Indies and parts of the Americas.
  2. The wood or resin of this tree.

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