Definition of ebene in English:

ebene

(also ebena, epena, epene)

noun

  • A psychoactive powder made from a mixture of plant materials, especially the bark and resin of trees of the genus Virola (family Myristicaceae), which is used as snuff in rituals of the Yanomamo people of Venezuela and Brazil.

Origin

1960s; earliest use found in Natural History. From Yanomamö ebene.

Pronunciation

ebene

/ɛˈbiːni/