• (noun): A shrub or small tree native to New Zealand and southeast Australia.
  • (noun): The wood of this plant.

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Manuka may refer to:

The flowering plant Leptospermum scoparium (Mānuka in Māori)
Manuka, Australian Capital Territory, an area in Canberra, named after the plant
Manuka Oval, a stadium in the above territory
Manuka Primary School in Witheford Heights, North Shore, New Zealand
Manuka Gorge, a canyon close to Waitahuna in New Zealand
Mānuka honey, a monofloral honey
Mānuka (waka), from Māori mythology
Manuka State Wayside Park and forest reserve, a park on the Island of Hawaiʻi
Manuka Football Club, a defunct Australian Rules Football club
Gentian Manuka (born 1991), Albanian footballer

Example Sentences

  • Natural health products company Comvita - which sells manuka honey purported to have special healing qualities - has applied to register the name 'manuka' in the European Union.

  • Current copyright readings: Company goes for copyright on 'manuka'

  • It resides in the forest or scrub such as manuka and hides under logs, stones or the loose bark of trees.

  • Floridian tupelo and New Zealand manuka honeys are low on the glycemic index and therefore best for diabetics.

  • I'm going to have to try those caramels using manuka honey, though ...

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