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  1. kingwood, kingwood tree, Dalbergia cearensis(noun)

    Brazilian tree yielding a handsome cabinet wood

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  1. Dalbergia cearensis

    Dalbergia cearensis, a smallish tree native to the Brazilian states of Bahia, Ceará, Paraíba, Pernambuco, and Piauí, is the source of kingwood, a classic furniture wood. In Brazil, the tree is called Jacaranda-cega-macho, Jacaranda-violeta, Miolo-de-negro, and Pau-violeta.

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