- a small Australian tree (Eucarya acuminata) of the sandalwood family, whose edible fruit has a single stone containing an edible kernel
- this fruit or stone
See quandong in American Heritage Dictionary 4
also quan·dang noun
- An Australian root-parasitic tree or shrub (Santalum acuminatum) bearing shiny red drupes with edible flesh used for jam or as a dessert.
- An Australian tree (Elaeocarpus angustifolius) having dark glossy green leaves, greenish-white flowers, and globular, shiny, bright blue drupes.
Origin: Wiradhuri (Aboriginal language of southeast Australia) guwandhaaᶇ