sandalwood

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English[edit]

Santalum paniculatum(sandalwood)
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Etymology[edit]

Middle English sandell, saundres, from Old French sandale, from Medieval Latin sandalum, from Ancient Greek σαγάλινος (sagálinos, of sandalwood), from σάνδανον (sándanon), from Sanskrit चन्दन (candana)

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Noun[edit]

sandalwood (plural sandalwoods)

  1. Any of various tropical trees of the genus Santalum, native or long naturalized in India, Australia, Hawaii, and many south Pacific islands.
  2. The aromatic heartwood of these trees used in ornamental carving, in the construction of insect-repellent boxes and chests, and as a source of certain perfumes.

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