from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of padauk.
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- n. Alternative form of paduak.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Either of two large leguminous trees, Pterocarpus Indicus and P. macrocarpus, and also their woods.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. tree native to southeastern Asia having reddish wood with a mottled or striped black grain
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The top Chippendale lot will be an elaborate, parcel-gilt padouk cabinet on a stand reminiscent of Chinese pagodas from 1755-1760 (estimate: £2.5 million-£4 million).
The floor of the church is of mosaic, and stalls, screens, and nave seats are of Burmese wood, called padouk.
They plan on introducing the Miniot Cover, a $69 accessory that looks and acts like the Smart Cover but comes in five different varieties of real, wood-smoked oak, walnut, cherry, padouk, and mahogany.
The university curators have borrowed a pyramidal bedside table and a padouk
Victrola cabinet originally built for Helene Fischer, owner of a Philadelphia valve-making factory, and a ridged padouk headboard carved for the Manhattan apartment of the photographer