madrone

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Anglicization of Spanish madroño.

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madrone (plural madrones or madrone)

  1. The strawberry tree.
    • 1993, Tom Waits and Kathleen Brennan, ‘Filipino Box Spring Hog’:
      Dig a big pit in a dirt alley road / Fill it with madrone and bay / Stinks like hell and the neighbours complain / Don't give a hoot what they say.

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