(Of a rock or other material) having minute spaces or holes through which liquid or air may pass
(Of a substance) not allowing liquid or air to pass through it; not porous
Designating wood and trees in which the large pores produced in spring appear as partial or complete rings when viewed in transverse section, as is typical of broad-leaved species occurring in dry habitats; contrasted with diffuse-porous.
A plaster having numerous small holes pierced through it so as to enable it to lie smoothly.
A member of a Maori people inhabiting north-eastern coastal regions of the North Island of New Zealand.