matsutake
noun (plural matsutake; also matsutakes) Etymology: Japanese matsu-take, matsudake, from matsu pine tree + take mushroom Date: 1883 a large brownish edible Japanese mushroom (Tricholoma matsutake) having firm flesh and a spicy aroma; also a large whitish mushroom (Tricholoma magnivelere syn. Armillaria ponderosa) of northern North America that is similar to the Japanese matsutake

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