Mahogany definitions

mə-hŏg'ə-nē
A moderate reddish brown.
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Any of several tropical American evergreen trees of the genus Swietenia of the family Meliaceae, especially S. mahagoni and S. macrophylla, valued for their hard, reddish-brown wood.
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The wood of any of these trees, used in making furniture and musical instruments.
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Any of several trees of the family Meliaceae having similar wood, such as African mahogany.
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Any of several trees of other families having similar wood, such as Philippine mahogany.
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The wood of any of these trees.
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Reddish brown.
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Any of a genus (Swietenia) of tropical trees of the mahogany family, with dark, heavy heartwood.
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The wood of any of these trees; esp., the hard, reddish-brown to yellow wood of a tropical American tree (S. mahogani), valued for furniture, interior finishing, and cabinetwork.
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Any of various trees of this family having similar wood, as any of several African trees (genus Khaya)
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Any of various trees of other families having similar wood, as a Philippine mahogany or certain eucalyptus trees.
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The wood of any of these trees.
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Designating a family (Meliaceae, order Sapindales) of chiefly tropical, dicotyledonous plants, including baywood and chinaberry.
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Made of mahogany.
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Reddish-brown.
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(countable) Any of various tropical American evergreen trees, of the genus Swietenia, having a valuable hard red-brown wood.
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(uncountable) The wood of these trees, mostly used to make furniture.
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A reddish-brown color, like that of mahogany wood.

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Made of mahogany.
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Having the colour of mahogany; dark reddish-brown.
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Origin of mahogany

Perhaps ultimately of Taíno origin akin to Eyeri (Taíno dialect of Puerto Rico) maga mahogany