Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A large tree, Paulownia tomentosa, of the family Scrophulariaceæ, cultivated in Japan for its extremely light wood.

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Examples

  • Soprano still sings, and talks about it By David Patrick Stearns Inquirer Music Critic The majestic voice of Metropolitan Opera radio announcer Milton Cross became painfully flummoxed at the name Kiri Te Kanawa.

    Opera Today

  • So, is her shawl's pattern called Kiri, or is that just the snowwoman's name?

    Kiri

  • It's already claiming conspicuous success in sprouting its special "Kiri" tree in faraway places.

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  • It's already claiming conspicuous success in sprouting its special "Kiri" tree in faraway places.

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  • It's already claiming conspicuous success in sprouting its special "Kiri" tree in faraway places.

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  • It's already claiming conspicuous success in sprouting its special "Kiri" tree in faraway places.

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  • He won his first thirteen fights by stoppage before losing to Jesus "Kiri" Rodriguez in Ciudad Obregon in 1995.

    East Side Boxing

  • By the name of 'Kiri', thanks to her albino persona i.e. fully white fur.

    Kottu

  • By the name of 'Kiri', thanks to her albino persona i.e. fully white fur.

    Kottu

  • By the name of 'Kiri', thanks to her albino persona i.e. fully white fur.

    Kottu

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