anjan (countable and uncountable, plural anjans)
- A hardwood tree (Hardwickia binata) native to dry regions of the Indian subcontinent.
- 2000, Subhadra Menon, Pallava Bagla, Aruna Ghose, Trees of India, page 78:
- The anjan tree is found in isolated patches in dry areas of the subcontinent and is the source of one of India's most durable timbers.
- 2000, A.K. Bisaria and R. Tiwari, “Non Timber Produce of Anjan (Hardwickia binata)”, in Multipurpose Tree Species:
- The present paper addresses the non-timber produce of anjan (Hardwickia binata).
- 2007, Sunil Puri, Agroforestry: Systems and Practices, page 167:
- The anjan plantation was intercropped with clusterbean, cowpea, greengram and sesamum during kharif season of each year of study i.e. 2001-02 to 2003-04.
- The wood obtained from this tree.
- 1997, Journal of Tree Sciences - Volumes 16-21, page 29:
- ...yields extremely hard, heavy and durable timber (trade name-anjan) that is used in a variety of ways locally.
- 1999, Annals of Forestry - Volumes 7-8, page 71:
- H. binata yields an extremely hard, very heavy (specific gravity 1.08; weight 69 lb/cft) and durable timber known in trade as Anjan.
From Belitung Malay [Term?].
anjan (first-person possessive anjanku, second-person possessive anjanmu, third-person possessive anjannya)
- stairs whose footing is in the form of pieces of wood or bamboo arranged in a row and crosswise
- “anjan” in Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia, Jakarta: Language Development and Fostering Agency — Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology of the Republic Indonesia, 2016.