amadou /ˈaməduː/

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I. noun [ mass noun]

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‹historical› a spongy substance made by drying certain bracket fungi and formerly used as an absorbent in medicine, as tinder, and for drying fishing flies.
– origin late 18th cent.: from French, from Latin amator ‘lover’ (because it easily ignites).

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