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ramin Line breaks: ramin
Pronunciation: /raˈmiːn/

Definition of ramin in English:


A hardwood tree of Malaysian swamp forests, which yields pale lightweight timber.
  • Gonystylus bancanus, family Thymelaeaceae
Example sentences
  • Accidentally, according to EIA, Italy is Europe's main importer of illegally logged wood and especially ramin, an endangered tree growing in Indonesia and Malaysia.


1950s: from Malay.

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