Definition of Black maire

1. Noun. Northern Zealand tree having dense hard light-brown wood.

Exact synonyms: Olea Cunninghamii
Group relationships: Genus Olea, Olea
Generic synonyms: Olive Tree



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Black Maire

black knot
black larch
black lead
black letter
black letters
black light
black line
black locust
black locusts
black lotion
black lovage
black lung
black lung disease
black magic
black magick
black maire (current term)
black mallee
black mamba
black mambas
black man
black mangrove
black maple
black margate
black mark
black market
black marketeer
black markets
black marlin
black measles

Literary usage of Black maire

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Official Catalogue of the Exhibits: With Introductory Notices of the ...Centennial International Exhibition (1888)
"Specimen┬╗ of forest trees : totara plank, black maire, rewarewa. ... Three-ft. lengths ot totara, matai, remu, rewarewa, white pine, black maire. ..."

2. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"black maire, NO Jas- minea:; also Maire-rau-nui, Olea Cunninghamii. Hook., fil., Black M., forty to fifty feet high, three to four feet in diameter, ..."

3. Journal of Botany, British and Foreign (1868)
"-458 120 V. TIMBERS OF NORTH ISLAND OF NEW ZEALAND. black maire (Eugenia Haire, A. Cunn., var., ..."

4. The Official Catalogue of the Exhibits: With Introductory Notices of the ...Centennial International Exhibition (1888)
"Specimen┬╗ of forest trees : totara plank, black maire, rewarewa. ... Three-ft. lengths ot totara, matai, remu, rewarewa, white pine, black maire. ..."

5. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"black maire, NO Jas- minea:; also Maire-rau-nui, Olea Cunninghamii. Hook., fil., Black M., forty to fifty feet high, three to four feet in diameter, ..."

6. Journal of Botany, British and Foreign (1868)
"-458 120 V. TIMBERS OF NORTH ISLAND OF NEW ZEALAND. black maire (Eugenia Haire, A. Cunn., var., ..."

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