sapanwood


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sa·pan·wood

 (sə-păn′wo͝od′, săp′ăn-, -ən-)
n.
Variant of sappanwood.

sapanwood

(ˈsæpənˌwʊd)
n
(Plants) a variant spelling of sappanwood
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50) The same letter mentions dendeng (jerked meat), calf hides, sapanwood, and birds' nests as royal export products, much of it probably originating from Lombok.
The amounts were significant: in 1387, the Xian envoys brought six tonnes of pepper and sixty of sapanwood.
For example, sapanwood, which was used as a dyestuff, was known as sumu, with no indication as to its use.