Definition of Burrawong
1. Noun. Large attractive palmlike evergreen cycad of New South Wales.
Generic synonyms: Cycad
Group relationships: Genus Macrozamia
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Burrawong
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Literary usage of Burrawong
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1. In Old Australia: Records and Reminiscences from 1794 by James S. Hassall (1902)
"I had been out to burrawong, about ten or twelve miles away, and when I came home, about 2 o'clock pm, found a message awaiting me, to go at once to the ..."
2. Official Year Book of New South Wales by Australian Bureau of Statistics, New South Wales Bureau of Statistics and Economics (1887)
"... near Moruya, in the south, and also in the extreme west, in the Albert District, as well as at burrawong, in •the Berrima District, on the table-land. ..."