Satinwood definitions

săt'n-wo͝od'
A deciduous tree (Chloroxylon swietenia) of South Asia, having hard, yellowish, close-grained wood.
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A West Indian tree (Zanthoxylum flavum) having smooth, slightly oily, lustrous wood.
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Any of several other trees having similar wood.
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The wood of any of these trees, used for furniture and cabinetwork.
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Any of several very smooth, hard woods used in fine furniture, marquetry, veneers, etc.
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Any of a number of trees yielding such a wood.
  • The East Indian satinwood (Chloroxylon swietenia) of the rue family.
  • The West Indian satinwood (Zanthoxylum flavum) of the rue family.
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Wood used for crafting fine furniture, particularly for inlay and marquetry, from either Chloroxylon swietenia, the Ceylon or East Indian satinwood, or Zanthoxylum flavum, the Jamaican or West Indian satinwood.
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Origin of satinwood

satin +"Ž wood