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Lexikoneinträge für willow tree / willow trees

Amber tree () A species of Anthospermum, a shrub with evergreen leaves, which, when bruised, emit a fragrant odor.
Bay tree () A species of laurel. (Laurus nobilis).
Beam tree () A tree (Pyrus aria) related to the apple.
Beech tree () The beech.
Bo tree () The peepul tree
Bully tree () The name of several West Indian trees of the order Sapotaceae, as Dipholis nigra and species of Sapota and Mimusops. Most of them yield a substance closely resembling gutta-percha.
Candleberry tree () A shrub (the Myrica cerifera, or wax-bearing myrtle), common in North America, the little nuts of which are covered with a greenish white wax, which was formerly, used for hardening candles
Caper tree () See Capper, a plant, 2.
Cow tree () A tree (Galactodendron utile or Brosimum Galactodendron) of South America, which yields, on incision, a nourishing fluid, resembling milk.
Crab tree () See under Crab.
Fir tree () See Fir.
Galapee tree () The West Indian Sciadophyllum Brownei, a tree with very large digitate leaves.
Gatten tree () A name given to the small trees called guelder-rose (Viburnum Opulus), cornel (Cornus sanguinea), and spindle tree (Euonymus Europaeus).
Gourd tree () A tree (the Crescentia Cujete, or calabash tree) of the West Indies and Central America.
Grass tree () An Australian plant of the genus Xanthorrhoea, having a thick trunk crowned with a dense tuft of pendulous, grasslike leaves, from the center of which arises a long stem, bearing at its summit a dense flower spike looking somewhat like a large cat-tail. These plants are often called "blackboys" from the large trunks denuded and blackened by fire. They yield two kinds of fragrant resin, called Botany-bay gum, and Gum Acaroides.
Grass tree () A similar Australian plant (Kingia australis).
Hep tree () The wild dog-rose.
Hip tree () The dog-rose.
Ironbark tree () The Australian Eucalyptus Sideroxylon, used largely by carpenters and shipbuilders
Locust tree () A large North American tree of the genus Robinia (R. Pseudacacia), producing large slender racemes of white, fragrant, papilionaceous flowers, and often cultivated as an ornamental tree. In England it is called acacia.
Mahwa tree () An East Indian sapotaceous tree (Bassia latifolia, and also B. butyracea), whose timber is used for wagon wheels, and the flowers for food and in preparing an intoxicating drink. It is one of the butter trees. The oil, known as mahwa and yallah, is obtained from the kernels of the fruit.
Neem tree () An Asiatic name for Melia Azadirachta, and M. Azedarach. See Margosa.
Nickar tree () Same as Nicker nut, Nicker tree.
Nicker tree () The plant producing nicker nuts.
Ople tree () The witch-hazel.
Peepul tree () A sacred tree (Ficus religiosa) of the Buddhists, a kind of fig tree which attains great size and venerable age. See Bo tree.
Pipal tree () Same as Peepul tree.
Pippul tree () Same as Peepul tree.
Planer tree () A small-leaved North American tree (Planera aquatica) related to the elm, but having a wingless, nutlike fruit.
Plane tree () Same as 1st Plane.
Quicken tree () The European rowan tree
Rowan tree () A european tree (Pyrus aucuparia) related to the apple, but with pinnate leaves and flat corymbs of small white flowers followed by little bright red berries. Called also roan tree, and mountain ash. The name is also applied to two American trees of similar habit (Pyrus Americana, and P. sambucifolia).
Sea willow () A gorgonian coral with long flexible branches.
Shea tree () An African sapotaceous tree (Bassia, / Butyrospermum, Parkii), from the seeds of which a substance resembling butter is obtained
Shittah tree (n.) A tree that furnished the precious wood of which the ark, tables, altars, boards, etc., of the Jewish tabernacle were made
Soapberry tree () Any tree of the genus Sapindus, esp. Sapindus saponaria, the fleshy part of whose fruit is used instead of soap in washing linen
Til tree () See Teil.
Tree (n.) Any perennial woody plant of considerable size (usually over twenty feet high) and growing with a single trunk.
Tree (n.) Something constructed in the form of, or considered as resembling, a tree, consisting of a stem, or stock, and branches
Tree (n.) A piece of timber, or something commonly made of timber
Tree (n.) A cross or gallows
Tree (n.) Wood
Tree (n.) A mass of crystals, aggregated in arborescent forms, obtained by precipitation of a metal from solution. See Lead tree, under Lead.
Tree (v. t.) To drive to a tree
Tree (v. t.) To place upon a tree
Water tree () A climbing shrub (Tetracera alnifolia, / potatoria) of Western Africa, which pours out a watery sap from the freshly cut stems.
Water willow () An American aquatic plant (Dianthera Americana) with long willowlike leaves, and spikes of small purplish flowers.
Whitten tree () Either of two shrubs (Viburnum Lantana, and V. Opulus), so called on account of their whitish branches.
Wicken tree () Same as Quicken tree.
Willow (n.) Any tree or shrub of the genus Salix, including many species, most of which are characterized often used as an emblem of sorrow, desolation, or desertion. "A wreath of willow to show my forsaken plight." Sir W. Scott. Hence, a lover forsaken by, or having lost, the person beloved, is said to wear the willow.
Willow (n.) A machine in which cotton or wool is opened and cleansed by the action of long spikes projecting from a drum which revolves within a box studded with similar spikes
Willow (v. t.) To open and cleanse, as cotton, flax, or wool, by means of a willow. See Willow, n., 2.
Willow-herb (n.) A perennial herb (Epilobium spicatum) with narrow willowlike leaves and showy rose-purple flowers. The name is sometimes made to include other species of the same genus.
Willow-thorn (n.) A thorny European shrub (Hippophae rhamnoides) resembling a willow.
Willow-weed (n.) A European species of loosestrife (Lysimachia vulgaris).
Willow-weed (n.) Any kind of Polygonum with willowlike foliage.
Willow-wort (n.) Same as Willow-weed.
Willow-wort (n.) Any plant of the order Salicaceae, or the Willow family.
Witch-tree (n.) The witch-hazel.

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tree farming
the cultivation of tree for the production of timber
tree surgery treatment of damaged or decaying trees
the worship of trees
tree sparrow Spizella arborea finch common in winter in the northern U.S.
tree sparrow Passer montanus Eurasian sparrow smaller than the house sparrow
tree creeper
any of numerous South American and Central American birds with a curved bill and stiffened tail feathers that climb and feed like woodpeckers
tree creeper
any of various small insectivorous birds of the northern hemisphere that climb up a tree trunk supporting themselves on stiff tail feathers and their feet
tree swallow tree martin
Hirundo nigricans
of Australia and Polynesia, nests in tree cavities
white-bellied swallow
tree swallow Iridoprocne bicolor
bluish-green-and-white North American swallow, nests in tree cavities
tree frog tree-frog any of various Old World arboreal frogs distinguished from true frogs by adhesive suckers on the toes
tree toad
tree frog tree-frog
arboreal amphibians usually having adhesive disks at the tip of each toe, of southeast Asia and Australia and America
Pacific tree toad
Hyla regilla
the most commonly heard frog on the Pacific coast of America
chameleon tree frog a form of tree toad
tree lizard
Urosaurus ornatus
a climbing lizard of western United States and northern Mexico
tree swift
crested swift
birds of southeast Asia and East Indies differing from true swifts in having upright crests and nesting in trees
tree wallaby
tree kangaroo
arboreal wallabies of New Guinea and northern Australia having hind and forelegs of similar length
tree cricket pale arboreal American cricket noted for loud stridulation
snowy tree cricket
Oecanthus fultoni
pale yellowish tree cricket widely distributed in North America
tree squirrel any typical arboreal squirrel
tree sloth
any of several slow-moving arboreal mammals of South America and Central America, they hang from branches back downward and feed on leaves and fruits
tree shrew insectivorous arboreal mammal of southeast Asia that resembles a squirrel with large eyes and long sharp snout
pen-tailed tree shrew
brown tree shrew having a naked tail bilaterally fringed with long stiff hairs on the distal third, of Malaysia
Christmas tree an ornamented evergreen used as a Christmas decoration
clothes tree
coat tree
coat stand
an upright pole with pegs or hooks on which to hang clothing
representation of the cross on which Jesus died
gallows tree
alternative terms for gallows
tree house a playhouse built in the branches of a tree
willow a textile machine having a system of revolving spikes for opening and cleaning raw textile fibers
chinaware decorated with a blue Chinese design on a white background depicting a willow tree and often a river
fruit of the poisonous tree a rule that once primary evidence is determined to have been illegally obtained any secondary evidence following from it may also not be used
family tree
successive generations of kin
timber line
tree line
line marking the upper limit of tree growth in mountains or northern latitudes
Pine Tree State
a state in New England
tree farm a forest (or part of a forest) where trees are grown for commercial use
tree farmer
someone trained in forestry
tree hugger derogatory term for environmentalists who support restrictions on the logging industry and the preservation of forests
tree surgeon
a specialist in treating damaged trees
Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree
English actor and theatrical producer noted for his lavish productions of Shakespeare (-)
pine tree
true pine
a coniferous tree
Swiss pine
Swiss stone pine
arolla pine
cembra nut tree
Pinus cembra
large five-needled European pine, yields cembra nuts and a resinous exudate
larch tree
any of numerous conifers of the genus Larix all having deciduous needlelike leaves
fir tree
true fir
any of various evergreen trees of the genus Abies, chiefly of upland areas
amabilis fir
white fir Pacific silver fir
red silver fir
Christmas tree Abies amabilis
medium to tall fir of western North America having a conic crown and branches in tiers, leaves smell of orange when crushed
European silver fir
Christmas tree Abies alba
tall timber tree of central and southern Europe having a regular crown and grey bark
cedar cedar tree true cedar any cedar of the genus Cedrus
hemlock hemlock tree an evergreen tree
cedar cedar tree any of numerous trees of the family Cupressaceae that resemble cedars
cypress cypress tree any of numerous evergreen conifers of the genus Cupressus of north temperate regions having dark scalelike leaves and rounded cones
pencil cedar
pencil cedar tree
any of several junipers with wood suitable for making pencils
giant sequoia
big tree
Sierra redwood
Sequoiadendron giganteum
Sequoia gigantea
Sequoia Wellingtonia
extremely lofty evergreen of southern end of western foothills of Sierra Nevada in California, largest living organism
Tule tree
Mexico's most famous tree, a giant specimen of Montezuma cypress more than , years old with a girth of feet at Santa Maria del Tule, some say the Tule tree is the world's largest single biomass
sandarac sandarac tree
Tetraclinis articulata
Callitris quadrivalvis
large coniferous evergreen tree of North Africa and Spain having flattened branches and scalelike leaves yielding a hard fragrant wood, bark yields a resin used in varnishes
bunya bunya
bunya bunya tree
Araucaria bidwillii
Australian conifer bearing two-inch seeds tasting like roasted chestnuts, among the aborigines the tree is hereditary property protected by law
stinking cedar
stinking yew
Torrey tree
Torreya taxifolia
rare small evergreen of northern Florida, its glossy green leaves have an unpleasant fetid smell when crushed
yellowwood tree
any of various trees having yellowish wood or yielding a yellow extract
maidenhair tree
Ginkgo biloba
deciduous dioecious Chinese tree having fan-shaped leaves and fleshy yellow seeds, exists almost exclusively in cultivation especially as an ornamental street tree
custard apple
custard apple tree
any of several tropical American trees bearing fruit with soft edible pulp
cherimoya tree
Annona cherimola
small tropical American tree bearing round or oblong fruit
ilama tree
Annona diversifolia
tropical American tree grown in southern United States having a whitish pink-tinged fruit
prickly custard apple
soursop tree
Annona muricata
small tropical American tree bearing large succulent slightly acid fruit
bullock's heart
bullock's heart tree
bullock heart
Annona reticulata
small tropical American tree bearing a bristly heart-shaped acid tropical fruit
sweetsop tree
Annona squamosa
tropical American tree bearing sweet pulpy fruit with thick scaly rind and shiny black seeds
pond apple
pond-apple tree
Annona glabra
small evergreen tree of tropical America with edible fruit, used chiefly as grafting stock
pawpaw papaw papaw tree
Asimina triloba
small tree native to the eastern United States having oblong leaves and fleshy fruit
lancewood tree
Oxandra lanceolata
source of most of the lancewood of commerce
katsura tree
Cercidiphyllum japonicum
rapidly growing deciduous tree of low mountainsides of China and Japan, grown as an ornamental for its dark blue-green candy-scented foliage that becomes yellow to scarlet in autumn
true laurel
bay laurel
bay tree
Laurus nobilis
small Mediterranean evergreen tree with small blackish berries and glossy aromatic leaves used for flavoring in cooking, also used by ancient Greeks to crown victors
camphor tree
Cinnamomum camphora
large evergreen tree of warm regions whose aromatic wood yields camphor
Ceylon cinnamon
Ceylon cinnamon tree
Cinnamomum zeylanicum
tropical Asian tree with aromatic yellowish-brown bark, source of the spice cinnamon
cassia cassia-bark tree
Cinnamomum cassia
Chinese tree with aromatic bark, yields a less desirable cinnamon than Ceylon cinnamon
avocado tree
Persea Americana
tropical American tree bearing large pulpy green fruits
red bay
Persea borbonia
small tree of southern United States having dark red heartwood
sassafras tree
Sassafras albidum
yellowwood tree with brittle wood and aromatic leaves and bark, source of sassafras oil, widely distributed in eastern North America
California laurel
California bay tree
Oregon myrtle
spice tree sassafras laurel
California olive
mountain laurel Umbellularia californica
Pacific coast tree having aromatic foliage and small umbellate flowers followed by olivelike fruit, yields a hard tough wood
anise tree any of several evergreen shrubs and small trees of the genus Illicium
umbrella tree umbrella magnolia
Magnolia tripetala
small deciduous tree of eastern North America having creamy white flowers and large leaves in formations like umbrellas at the ends of branches
earleaved umbrella tree
Magnolia fraseri
small erect deciduous tree with large leaves in coiled formations at branch tips
cucumber tree
Magnolia acuminata
American deciduous magnolia having large leaves and fruit like a small cucumber
large-leaved magnolia
large-leaved cucumber tree
great-leaved macrophylla
Magnolia macrophylla
large deciduous shrub or tree of southeastern United States having huge leaves in dense false whorls and large creamy flowers tinged purple toward the base
tulip tree
tulip poplar
yellow poplar
canary whitewood
Liriodendron tulipifera
tall North American deciduous timber tree having large tulip-shaped greenish yellow flowers and conelike fruit, yields soft white woods used especially for cabinet work
nutmeg tree
Myristica fragrans
East Indian tree widely cultivated in the tropics for its aromatic seed, source of two spices: nutmeg and mace
winter's bark winter's bark tree
Drimys winteri
South American evergreen tree yielding winter's bark and a light soft wood similar to basswood
corkwood tree
Leitneria floridana
very small deciduous dioecious tree or shrub of damp habitats in southeastern United States having extremely light wood
zebrawood tree
any of various trees or shrubs having mottled or striped wood
granadilla tree
granadillo Brya ebenus
West Indian tree yielding a fine grade of green ebony
tonka bean tonka bean tree
Coumarouna odorata
Dipteryx odorata
tall tropical South American tree having pulpy egg-shaped pods of fragrant black almond-shaped seeds used for flavoring
shittah tree
source of a wood mentioned frequently in the Bible, probably a species of genus Acacia
mimosa bush
sweet wattle
sweet acacia
scented wattle
flame tree Acacia farnesiana
tropical American thorny shrub or small tree, fragrant yellow flowers used in making perfumery
fever tree Acacia xanthophloea African tree supposed to mark healthful regions
silk tree
Albizia julibrissin
Albizzia julibrissin
attractive domed or flat-topped Asiatic tree having bipinnate leaves and flowers with long silky stamens
siris tree
Albizia lebbeck
Albizzia lebbeck
large spreading Old World tree having large leaves and globose clusters of greenish-yellow flowers and long seed pods that clatter in the wind
rain tree
monkey pod
Albizia saman
large ornamental tropical American tree with bipinnate leaves and globose clusters of flowers with crimson stamens and seed pods that are eaten by cattle
lead tree
white popinac
Leucaena glauca
Leucaena leucocephala
low scrubby tree of tropical and subtropical North America having white flowers tinged with yellow resembling mimosa and long flattened pods
nitta tree any of several Old World tropical trees of the genus Parkia having heads of red or yellow flowers followed by pods usually containing edible seeds and pulp
bushman's poison
ordeal tree
Acocanthera oppositifolia
Acocanthera venenata
evergreen shrub or tree of South Africa
dita bark
devil tree
Alstonia scholaris
evergreen tree of eastern Asia and Philippines having large leathery leaves and small green-white flowers in compact cymes, bark formerly used medicinally
ivory tree
Holarrhena pubescens
Holarrhena antidysenterica
tropical Asian tree with hard white wood and bark formerly used as a remedy for dysentery and diarrhea
pagoda tree temple tree
Plumeria acutifolia
frangipani of India having an erect habit and conical form, grown in temple gardens
West Indian jasmine
pagoda tree Plumeria alba
tall sparingly branched conical tree having large fragrant yellow flowers with white centers
American angelica tree
devil's walking stick
Hercules'lub Aralia spinosa
small deciduous clump-forming tree or shrub of eastern United States
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