Associations to the word «Mahogany»
MAHOGANY, noun. (countable) Any of various tropical American evergreen trees, of the genus Swietenia, having a valuable hard red-brown wood.
MAHOGANY, noun. (uncountable) The wood of these trees, mostly used to make furniture.
MAHOGANY, noun. A reddish-brown color, like that of mahogany wood.
MAHOGANY, noun. A table made from mahogany wood.
MAHOGANY, adjective. Made of mahogany.
MAHOGANY, adjective. Having the colour of mahogany; dark reddish-brown.
MAHOGANY GASPIPE, noun. (slang) (Irish) Someone who wishes to sound authentically Irish but cannot speak the Irish language.
MAHOGANY SPITFIRE, noun. (military) (slang) (humorous) (derogatory) The desk of an air force employee who does not fly.
MAHOGANY, noun. Wood of any of various mahogany trees; much used for cabinetwork and furniture.
MAHOGANY, noun. Any of various tropical timber trees of the family Meliaceae especially the genus Swietinia valued for their hard yellowish- to reddish-brown wood that is readily worked and takes a high polish.
MAHOGANY, noun. A shade of brown with a tinge of red.
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