hackberry definition

  • noun:
    • some of numerous woods or shrubs for the genus Celtis, having hidden flowers and tiny, typically ovoid drupes.
    • The good fresh fruit of such a plant.
    • The smooth yellowish timber among these trees or shrubs.
    • Any of several small bushes or trees associated with genus Celtis, having little good fresh fruit.
    • The purple-black good fresh fruit of such plants.
    • The soft wood of such flowers.
    • A genus of woods (Celtis) associated with the elm, but bearing drupes with scanty, but often delicious, pulp. Celtis occidentalis is typical inside east US.
    • just like hagberry. Also referred to as bird-cherry.
    • An American tree, Celtis occidentalis, all-natural purchase Urticace√¶, allied into elm. It varies from Canada to Florida and west to Tx, it is most frequent and abundant in the Mississippi area.
    • any of different trees of the genus Celtis having hidden plants and small berrylike fruits
    • little delicious dark purple to black colored berry with big pits; south usa

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