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acorn the fruit of the oak tree, having a smooth, ovoid nut partially enclosed by a rough, cuplike base.
blackjack a small oak with black bark, found in the southeastern United States. [1/6 definitions]
cork a species of oak native to the Mediterranean area, having thick, porous, water-resistant bark. [1/6 definitions]
encina an evergreen oak of the southwestern United States that is often cultivated as a shade tree.
gallnut a gall that resembles a nut, esp. as found on an oak tree; nutgall.
hardwood any of several types of tree, such as the oak, cherry, or mahogany, that have broad leaves, bear seeds enclosed in an ovary, and yield dense, compact wood. [1/2 definitions]
holm oak an oak native to southern Europe with prickly evergreen leaves that resemble holly.
ilex holm oak. [1/2 definitions]
kermes an evergreen oak tree of the Mediterranean on which this insect is found. [1/3 definitions]
nutgall a nut-shaped protuberance caused by parasitic wasps, esp. on oak trees.
oak apple a harmless, applelike gall produced on oak trees by the larvae of a type of wasp.
oak-leaf cluster a small bronze or silver cluster of oak leaves and acorns worn on the ribbon of a medal to signify multiple awardings of the same medal.
pin oak either of two tall oak trees of the eastern United States that are valued for their lumber and as shade trees.
poison oak a western North American shrub bearing leaves that often resemble oak leaves and secreting an oil that can cause a severe rash on contact. [1/2 definitions]
roble a tall California white oak with leathery leaves and narrow, pointed acorns. [1/2 definitions]
shillelagh in Ireland, a club, esp. of blackthorn or oak wood; cudgel.
tagboard a heavy cardboard used for mountings, posters, and the like; oak tag.
tanbark the bark of various trees such as oak or hemlock, as a source of tannin.
white oak a large oak of eastern North America that has a light gray to white bark, and yields a hard, light-colored wood.