kalander, noun2

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AfrikaansShow more Afrikaans, abbreviation and adaptation of Outeniekwalander ‘one from Outeniqualand’.
The yellowwood (sense 2 a), Podocarpus falcatus; the wood of this tree (see also yellowwood sense 1). Also attributive.
1966 C.A. Smith Common Names 270Kalander (geelhout),..The vernacular name is corrupted from Outeniqualander.
1974 E. Prov. Herald 21 Sept. 4The highest prices a cubic metre of timber realised at the sales were: stinkwood R1360, yellowwwood R260, kalander yellowwood R230, blackwood R250.
1977 Het Suid-Western 19 Oct.Parkes and Sons paid R350 a cubic metre for Kalander (Outeniqua yellowwood).
1988 M. Stansfield in Weekend Argus 1 Oct. 22People..spent their whole lives chopping down giant Kalanders (Outeniqua yellowwood) and stinkwood trees in the forest.
The yellowwood (sense 2 a), Podocarpus falcatus; the wood of this tree (see also yellowwood1). Also attributive.

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