Definition of Black beech

1. Noun. New Zealand forest tree.

Exact synonyms: Nothofagus Solanderi
Group relationships: Genus Nothofagus, Nothofagus
Generic synonyms: Evergreen Beech, Southern Beech



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Black Beech

black arts
black as coal
black ash
black babies
black bag
black bags
black bamboo
black bead
black beans
black bear
black bearberry
black bears
black bee
black beech (current term)
black beetle
black beetles
black belt
black belts
black bile
black bindweed
black birch
black bloc
black bodies
black body
black book
black box
black box warning
black boxes

Literary usage of Black beech

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1. The Celtic Magazine (1879)
"The black beech is to be found with foliage of every shade, from a brownish-green to a blood-red, and almost even ..."

2. Dendrologia: Or, A Treatise of Forest Trees, with Evelyn's Silva, Rev., Cor by James Mitchell, John Evelyn (1827)
"I know of no botanical distinctions between the White and the black beech, nor do I think the Black any variety, but casual, as I never met with five trees ..."

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