Any of many monoecious deciduous or evergreen woods or shrubs associated with genus Quercus, bearing acorns as fresh fruit.
The durable timber of every of those trees or shrubs.
anything manufactured from this wood.
some of different similar trees or shrubs, like the poison oak.
Any of numerous brown colors resembling the wood of an oak in shade.
A tree of the genus Quercus.
The wood of the pine.
A rich brown colour, like this of oak wood.
Any tree or shrub regarding the genus Quercus. The oaks have actually alternative leaves, frequently variously lobed, and staminate flowers in catkins. The good fresh fruit is a smooth fan, labeled as an acorn, which will be just about inclosed in a scaly involucre called the glass or cupule. These day there are recognized around three hundred species, that almost fifty take place in the United States, the rest in European countries, Asia, in addition to other parts of North America, a rather couple of hardly attaining the northern areas of South America and Africa. A number of the oaks form forest trees of grand proportions and live many hundreds of years. The lumber is generally hard and tough, and given conspicuous medullary rays, developing the silver grain.
The powerful timber or timber associated with pine.
A tree or shrub for the genus Quercus, a sizable and commonly dispersed team, chiefly of forest-trees.
certainly one of other trees or flowers in certain areas resembling the pine.
The wood of an oak-tree.
One of certain moths: since, the scalloped oak. [British collectors' title.]
The club at cards.
The purple pine.
Quercus Emoryi of Tx.
just like shingle-oak.
The Turkey pine.
Same as cañon live-oak.
The wall germander, Teucrium Chamædrys.
Gambel's pine, Q. Gambelii.
The Texan pine, Q, Texana.
just like tarata.
The hill white pine, Q. Douglasii.
just like Gambel's pine.
The Ca white oak, Quercus lobata.
identical to Texan pine.
The water-oak, Q. nigra.
The laurel-oak, Quercus laurifolia.
See Durand's oak.
In Australia, a little malvaceous tree, Lagunaria Patersoni. See whitewood.
the hard durable lumber of any pine; used specifically for furnishings and floor
a deciduous tree of this genus Quercus; has actually acorns and lobed leaves