banak


Also found in: Wikipedia.

banak

(ˈbænək)
n
1. (Botany) a tree of the genus Virola, of Central America: family Myristicaceae
2. (Plants) the timber of this tree, used esp in Honduras for turning and construction
[C20: Honduran name]
References in periodicals archive ?
Elly Saeedi said Banak departed for his Saturday rendezvous at the detachment with a tin full of freshly baked muffins.
Capianes for 'A Portrait of a Young Man as a Banak.
Detailed engineering of local heating network with substations in 5 fixtures on Banak Air Station, and detailed design of the expansion of local heating network in Porsangmoen camp
205) At 1640, Hamilton ordered the convoy to change course from 090 to 045 to open distance from the enemy airfield at Banak to four hundred miles.
General James Juol Banak Gatkuoth (Director for Moral Orientation), 7) Brig.
2014): "Do Central Banak liquidity facilities affect interbank lending rates?
Poland's Lucas Banak defeated Chinese wrestler Mvlaty Bickei Chen, and received the bronze medal.
Police spokesman Ivar Moen says no one was seriously injured when the plane suddenly landed at Banak airport in northernmost Norway on Thursday morning.
Global Banking News-April 7, 2011--Kookmin Bank names banak for stake sale(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
Sea King pilot in command Royal Norwegian Air Force (RNoAF) SAR helicopter, Banak Air Station, Norway
tagalo manga [maqah] 'marcador de plural', malayo banak 'muchos') (8) y el de los adjetivos mas raramente por medio de reduplicacion (Holm 1989: 320).
Species: Hard & soft maple, red & white oak, ash, hickory, mahogany, aspen, birch, beech, banak, cherry, Lyptus, poplar, sapelle, walnut, alder, basswood, others by request