Definition of Kurrajong

1. Noun. Widely distributed tree of eastern Australia yielding a tough durable fiber and soft light attractively grained wood; foliage is an important emergency food for cattle.

Exact synonyms: Brachychiton Populneus, Currajong
Generic synonyms: Bottle Tree, Bottle-tree



Definition of Kurrajong

1. Noun. (Australia) Any of a number of species of tree or shrub in the genus Brachychiton. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Kurrajong

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kurrajong

kurdaitcha man
kurdaitchas
kurfuffle
kurfuffles
kurgan
kurgans
kurgantaite
kuri
kuri-chiku
kuriologic
kuris
kurma
kurmas
kurnakovite
kurnakovites
kurrajong (current term)
kurrajongs
kurrat
kurre
kurres
kursaal
kursaals
kurta
kurtas
kurtoses
kurtosis
kurtosises
kurumsakite
kurus

Literary usage of Kurrajong

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1. Australian Dictionary of Dates and Men of the Time: Containing the History by John Henniker Heaton (1879)
"During her residence at the kurrajong she also collected and prepared valuable ... On leaving the kurrajong, with her mother, she resided for a time in the ..."

2. The Official Catalogue of the Exhibits: With Introductory Notices of the ...Centennial International Exhibition (1888)
"'057 Clark, J., kurrajong. —Oranges and lemons. 068 Commissioners for New South Wales, Sydney. ... •863 John, T., kurrajong.—Fruits, sunflower seeds, etc. ..."

3. The Euahlayi Tribe: A Study of Aboriginal Life in Australia by K. Langloh Parker (1905)
"The kurrajong bark is stripped off the trees, beaten, chewed, and then teased. ... The grass was used preferably to kurrajong bark, as it was easier to work ..."

4. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases and Usages with by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"They are the— Black kurrajong— Sterculia divers if alia, G. Don., ... fishing [by the natives] are made by the men from the bark of the kurrajong (Hibiscus ..."

5. Benedictine Pioneers in Australia by Henry Norbert Birt (1911)
"Windsor district had a new church: and there were the churches of St Gregory at kurrajong and of St Rose near the upper branch of the Hawkesbury, ..."

6. Beautiful Accomodation in New South Wales, Australia: The Discerning Guide by Jennifer Marie Lamattina (2004)
"The Rustic Spirit kurrajong Heights Room rates per couple: from $200 to $250 Bed ... The location is also special - kurrajong Heights is on the quieter, ..."

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