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henna (n.)

c. 1600, "dye or cosmetic from the henna plant," from Arabic hinna, name for the small thorny tree (Egyptian Privet), the leaves of which are used to make the reddish dye for the body or hair; said to be of Persian origin, from Arabic. Related: Hennaed (1860).

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Definitions of henna from WordNet
1
henna (v.)
apply henna to one's hair;
She hennas her hair every month
2
henna (n.)
a reddish brown dye used especially on hair;
From wordnet.princeton.edu