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acorn the fruit of the oak tree, having a smooth, ovoid nut partially enclosed by a rough, cuplike base.
ailanthus a deciduous tree, originating in Asia, with fernlike leaves and clusters of greenish flowers with an offensive odor.
alburnum the soft wood between the bark and the heartwood of a tree; sapwood.
allspice the aromatic berry of a West Indian tree of the myrtle family, or the tree itself. [1/2 definitions]
almond a tree of the rose family that is native to warm temperate regions, closely related to the cherry. [2/6 definitions]
anaconda any of several large nonvenomous constrictor snakes, esp. a certain South American tree snake that can grow to over twenty feet in length.
annual ring one of the concentric rings of wood visible in a cross section of a tree representing the layer of growth from one year.
apple the tree on which this fruit grows. [1/3 definitions]
apricot a tree that bears such fruit. [1/3 definitions]
araroba a bitter yellow medicinal powder obtained from cavities in the trunk of a Brazilian tree; Goa powder. [2 definitions]
arbor3 in botany, a tree.
arborvitae any of various evergreens having small cones and leaves of closely overlapping scales, often grown as an ornamental shrub or tree.
arbutus an evergreen tree or shrub of the heath family having broad dark green leaves and bearing clusters of pink or white flowers and small strawberrylike fruit. [1/2 definitions]
ash2 the wood of such a tree. [1/2 definitions]
ashen2 of or pertaining to the ash tree. [1/2 definitions]
assai2 a small slender palm tree native to Brazil that bears edible fleshy purple fruit. [1/2 definitions]
avocado the tree that produces this fruit. [1/2 definitions]
balata a tropical American tree with dark red wood that yields a latex sap. [2 definitions]
bald cypress a cone-bearing tree that grows in the swamps of the southeastern United States, the wood of which is used in construction and shipbuilding.
balsa a tree of tropical America, the wood of which is extremely light in weight. [2 definitions]
balsam fir an evergreen tree of the pine family, native to Canada and the northeastern United States, which is cut for pulpwood and Christmas trees and from which Canada balsam is derived.