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northern red oak
a. Any of numerous deciduous or evergreen trees or shrubs of the genus Quercus, bearing acorns as fruit.
b. The hard durable wood of any of these trees or shrubs.
c. Something made of this wood.
2. Any of various trees or shrubs having wood or a leaf shape similar to that of certain oaks.
3. Any of various brown shades resembling the wood of an oak in color.
[Middle English ok, from Old English āc.]
oak′en (ō′kən) adj.
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
1. (Plants) any deciduous or evergreen tree or shrub of the fagaceous genus Quercus, having acorns as fruits and lobed leaves. See also holm oak, cork oak, red oak, Turkey oak, durmast
a. the wood of any of these trees, used esp as building timber and for making furniture
b. (as modifier): an oak table.
3. (Plants) any of various trees that resemble the oak, such as the poison oak, silky oak, and Jerusalem oak
a. anything made of oak, esp a heavy outer door to a set of rooms in an Oxford or Cambridge college
b. sport one's oak to shut this door as a sign one does not want visitors
5. the leaves of an oak tree, worn as a garland
6. (Colours) the dark brownish colour of oak wood
7. (Plants) Austral any of various species of casuarina, such as desert oak, swamp oak, or she-oak
[Old English āc; related to Old Norse eik, Old High German eih, Latin aesculus]
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
1. any tree or shrub belonging to the genus Quercus, of the beech family, bearing the acorn as fruit.
2. the hard, durable wood of such a tree.
3. the leaves of this tree, esp. as worn in a chaplet.
[before 900; Middle English ook, Old English āc; c. Dutch eik, Old High German eih (German Eiche), Old Norse eik]
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Any of numerous trees that bear acorns and often have leaves that are irregularly notched or lobed.
The American Heritage® Student Science Dictionary, Second Edition. Copyright © 2014 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
- rambunctious - Once rumbustious and robusteous, it is probably based on Latin robus, "oak"—implying strength—and can describe a person or animal.
- robust - Comes from Latin meaning "oak" and "oaken."
- tan - From a Latin word for "oak," it first referred to the crushed bark of the oak or other trees, especially in its use to convert hides into leather.
- tree - Part of a large Indo-European group based on deru/doru-, "oak."
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|Noun||1.||oak - the hard durable wood of any oak; used especially for furniture and flooring|
oak tree, oak - a deciduous tree of the genus Quercus; has acorns and lobed leaves; "great oaks grow from little acorns"
fumed oak - oak given a weathered appearance by exposure to fumes of ammonia; used for cabinetwork
holm oak - hard wood of the holm oak tree
wood - the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees
|2.||oak - a deciduous tree of the genus Quercus; has acorns and lobed leaves; "great oaks grow from little acorns"|
acorn - fruit of the oak tree: a smooth thin-walled nut in a woody cup-shaped base
oak - the hard durable wood of any oak; used especially for furniture and flooring
live oak - any of several American evergreen oaks
white oak - any of numerous Old World and American oaks having 6 to 8 stamens in each floret, acorns that mature in one year and leaf veins that never extend beyond the margin of the leaf
European turkey oak, Quercus cerris, turkey oak - large deciduous tree of central and southern Europe and Asia Minor having lanceolate leaves with spiked lobes
Quercus coccinea, scarlet oak - medium-large deciduous tree with a thick trunk found in the eastern United States and southern Canada and having close-grained wood and deeply seven-lobed leaves turning scarlet in autumn
northern pin oak, Quercus ellipsoidalis, jack oak - small to medium deciduous oak of east central North America; leaves have sharply pointed lobes
red oak - any of numerous American oaks having 4 stamens in each floret, acorns requiring two years to mature and leaf veins usually extending beyond the leaf margin to form points or bristles
evergreen oak, holly-leaved oak, holm tree, Quercus ilex, holm oak - evergreen oak of southern Europe having leaves somewhat resembling those of holly; yields a hard wood
Quercus imbricaria, shingle oak, laurel oak - small deciduous tree of eastern and central United States having leaves that shine like laurel; wood is used in western states for shingles
bluejack oak, Quercus incana, turkey oak - small semi-evergreen shrubby tree of southeastern United States having hairy young branchlets and leaves narrowing to a slender bristly point
California black oak, Quercus kelloggii - large deciduous tree of the Pacific coast having deeply parted bristle-tipped leaves
American turkey oak, Quercus laevis, turkey oak - small slow-growing deciduous shrubby tree of dry sandy barrens of southeastern United States having leaves with bristle-tipped lobes resembling turkey's toes
laurel oak, Quercus laurifolia, pin oak - large nearly semi-evergreen oak of southeastern United States; thrives in damp soil
overcup oak, Quercus lyrata - medium-large deciduous timber tree of central and southern United States; acorns deeply immersed in the cup and mature in first year
scrub oak - any of various chiefly American small shrubby oaks often a dominant form on thin dry soils sometimes forming dense thickets
Japanese oak, Quercus grosseserrata, Quercus mongolica - oak with moderately light fine-grained wood; Japan
chestnut oak - an oak having leaves resembling those of chestnut trees
possum oak, Quercus nigra, water oak - relatively tall deciduous water oak of southeastern United States often cultivated as a shade tree; thrives in wet soil
Nuttall oak, Nuttall's oak, Quercus nuttalli - similar to the pin oak; grows in damp sites in Mississippi River basin
pin oak, Quercus palustris, swamp oak - fast-growing medium to large pyramidal deciduous tree of northeastern United States and southeastern Canada having deeply pinnatifid leaves that turn bright red in autumn; thrives in damp soil
Quercus phellos, willow oak - medium to large deciduous oak of the eastern United States having long lanceolate leaves and soft strong wood
box white oak, brash oak, iron oak, post oak, Quercus stellata - small deciduous tree of eastern and central United States having dark green lyrate pinnatifid leaves and tough moisture-resistant wood used especially for fence posts
cork oak, Quercus suber - medium-sized evergreen oak of southern Europe and northern Africa having thick corky bark that is periodically stripped to yield commercial cork
Quercus texana, Spanish oak - small deciduous tree having the trunk branched almost from the base with spreading branches; Texas and southern Oklahoma
Chinese cork oak, Quercus variabilis - medium to large deciduous tree of China, Japan, and Korea having thick corky bark
black oak, quercitron oak, Quercus velutina, yellow oak, quercitron - medium to large deciduous timber tree of the eastern United States and southeastern Canada having dark outer bark and yellow inner bark used for tanning; broad five-lobed leaves are bristle-tipped
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002
بَلُّوطٌبَلّوط، سِنديانبَلّوط، سِنْديان
A. N → roble m; (= evergreen) → encina f
great oaks from little acorns grow las grandes cosas siempre suelen comenzar de forma modesta
great oaks from little acorns grow las grandes cosas siempre suelen comenzar de forma modesta
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
n → Eiche f; (= wood also) → Eichenholz nt; he has a heart of oak → er hat ein unerschütterliches Gemüt; dark oak (= colour) → (in) dunkel Eiche; great oaks from little acorns grow (prov) → aus kleinen Dingen entwickeln sich oft erstaunliche Sachen
oakin cpds → Eichen-; oak tree → Eichenbaum m
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007
2. adj → di quercia
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
a type of large tree with hard wood. eik, akkerboom بَلّوط، سِنديان дъб carvalho dub die Eiche egetræ βελανιδιάroble tamm درخت بلوط tammi chêneאלון शाहबलूत hrast tölgy(fa) pohon eik eik quercia かしの木 참나무, 오크 ąžuolas ozols pokok oak eikeikdąb بلوط ونه د carvalho stejar дуб dub hrast hrast ek ต้นโอ๊ก meşe 橡樹 дуб بلوط، شاہ بلوط cây sồi 橡树adjective
trees in an oak wood; a room with oak panelling. eike=, van eikehout بَلّوط، سِنْديان дъбов de carvalho dubový Eichen-... ege- δρύινοςde roble tamme- بلوطی tammipuinen chêneאלון शाहबलूत की लकड़ी hrastov tölgy(fa) eik eikar- di quercia かし材の 오크재의 ąžuolo, ąžuolinis ozola-; ozolkoka- kayu oak eikenhouteneike- بلوطى de carvalho de/din stejar дубовый dubový hrastov od hrastovine ek- ไม้โอ๊ก meşe 橡木的，橡木製 дубовий بلوطي thuộc gỗ sồi 橡木的，橡木制的
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.
oak→ بَلُّوطٌ dub eg Eiche βελανιδιά roble tammi chêne hrast quercia オーク 참나무 eik eik dąb carvalho дуб ek ต้นโอ๊ค meşe cây sồi 橡树
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