Deodar meaning

-därə
A tall cedar (Cedrus deodara) native to the Himalaya Mountains and having drooping branches and dark bluish-green leaves, often with white, light green, or yellow new growth in cultivars. It is an important timber tree in India.
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Cedrus deodara, a type of cedar tree native to the western Himalayas.
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A tall Himalayan cedar (Cedrus deodara) with drooping branches and fragrant, durable, light-red wood.
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The wood.
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Origin of deodar

  • Hindi deodār from Sanskrit devadāru deva- divine dyeu- in Indo-European roots dāru wood deru- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From colloquial Hindustani देओदार / دیودار (de'o-dār), from देवदारु / دیودار (dev-dāru), from Sanskrit देवदारु (deva-dāru) ‘divine tree’.

    From Wiktionary