baobab

[n] - African tree having an exceedingly thick trunk and fruit that resembles a gourd and has an edible pulp called monkey bread
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Baobab

Ba'o·bab noun [ The native name.] (Botany) A gigantic African tree ( Adansonia digitata ), also naturalized in India. See Adansonia .
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baobab

<botany> A gigantic African tree (Adansonia digitata), also naturalized in India. See Adansonia. ... Origin: The native name. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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baobab

monkey-bread tree noun African tree having an exceedingly thick trunk and fruit that resembles a gourd and has an edible pulp called monkey bread
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baobab

(from the article `baobab`) So extraordinarily shaped is the baobab that an Arabian legend has it that `the devil plucked up the baobab, thrust its branches into the earth, and ...
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baobab

(Adansonia digitata), tree of the hibiscus, or mallow, family (Malvaceae), native to Africa. The barrel-like trunk may reach a diameter of 9 metres ... [2 related articles]
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baobab

baobab (bä'ōbăb", bā'ō–) , gigantic tree of India and Africa, exceeded in trunk diameter only by the sequoia. The trunks of living baobabs are hollowed out for dwellings; rope and cloth are made from the bark and condiments and medicines from the leaves...
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Baobab

The Ba'obab or monkey-bread tree (Adansoniadigitata),is a tree belonging to the natural order (or sub-order) Bombaceae, and the only known species of its genus, which was named after the naturalist Adanson. It is one of the largest of trees, its trunk sometimes attaining a diameter of ten meters; and as the profusion of leaves and drooping boughs s...
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baobab

Tree with rootlike branches, hence the nickname `upside-down tree`, and a disproportionately thick girth, up to 9 m/30 ft in diameter. The pulp of its fruit is edible and is known as monkey bread. (Genus Adansonia, family Bombacaceae.)
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