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More fully "rohuna tree". The Indian tree Soymida febrifuga (family Meliaceae), whose bark was formerly used medicinally as a febrifuge. Also: an alkaloid supposedly extracted from this bark (later identified as strychnine).
Early 19th century. From Sanskrit rohaṇa rohun.
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