from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Any one of several New Zealand trees resembling one another in foliage, especially Myrsine Urvillei. The name, with a descriptive adjective prefixed, is usually applied by the settlers to other trees, and is frequently corrupted into maple.
- noun The tarata, Pittosporum eugenioides. See
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- noun New Zealand Any of several trees of
New Zealand, especially in the genus Myrsine
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