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Definition of Campeachy wood

Campeachy wood
Logwood Log"wood` . [So called from being imported in logs.] The heartwood of a tree (H[ae]matoxylon Campechianum), a native of South America, It is a red, heavy wood, containing a crystalline substance called h[ae]matoxylin, and is used largely in dyeing. An extract from this wood is used in medicine as an astringent. Also called Campeachy wood, and bloodwood.
Campeachy Wood
Campeachy Wood Cam*peach"y Wood` [From the bay of Campeachy, in Mexico.] Logwood.

Meaning of Campeachy wood from wikipedia

- (blackwood, bloodwood tree, bluewood, campeachy tree, campeachy wood, campeche logwood, campeche wood, Jamaica wood, logwood or logwood tree) is a species...
- roofs of laminate, palm fronds or even cardboard, walls made of laminate or wood, with foundations generally of cement or packed earth. Overall in the state...
- only eight works are positively attributed to him through records: a "Campeachy" (campeche) chair, boxes made to hold books Jefferson sold to Congress...
- 21st February 1843. Dispatched to aid in the siege of Campeachy. 1st March 1843. Arrived at Campeachy from Vera Cruz with reinforcements. 14th March 1843...
- Maya: Ahk'ìin Pech, pronounced [aχkʼiːn˥˧ pʰetʃ]), 19th c. English also Campeachy, is a city in Campeche Muni****lity in the state of Campeche, Mexico on...
- Spanish Main of Central America, twice visiting the Bay of Campeche, or "Campeachy" as it was then known, on the north coast of Mexico. This led to his first...
- Jamaica ... and considerable forces were expected from Vera Cruz and Campeachy ... and from Porto Bello and Cartagena to rendezvous at St Jago of Cuba...
- permanent exhibition of wooden sculptures in many types of wood such as ebony, manchioneel, and campeachy. Au Gres Des Iles Potter's Workshop has an exhibition...
- privateering: "Capt. Wells, in the Civilian of Jamaica from Triste in the Bay of Campeachy, bound with logwood for New England, reports ... that Capt. Morrice in...
- pre-Columbian era, and all others the Columbian era. Including the Bay of Campeachy to the west and the Bay of Honduras to the southeast. The number and nature...