Definition of Pine tree
1. Noun. A coniferous tree.
Group relationships: Genus Pinus, Pinus
Terms within: Pine
Specialized synonyms: Pinon, Pinyon, Pinus Glabra, Spruce Pine, Black Pine, Pinus Nigra, Northern Pitch Pine, Pinus Rigida, Pitch Pine, Pinus Serotina, Pond Pine, European Nut Pine, Pinus Pinea, Stone Pine, Umbrella Pine, Arolla Pine, Cembra Nut Tree, Pinus Cembra, Swiss Pine, Swiss Stone Pine, Dwarf Mountain Pine, Mountain Pine, Mugho Pine, Mugo Pine, Pinus Mugo, Swiss Mountain Pine, Ancient Pine, Pinus Longaeva, White Pine, Yellow Pine, Black Pine, Jeffrey Pine, Jeffrey's Pine, Pinus Jeffreyi, Lodgepole, Lodgepole Pine, Pinus Contorta, Shore Pine, Spruce Pine, Pinus Contorta Murrayana, Sierra Lodgepole Pine, Frankincense Pine, Loblolly Pine, Pinus Taeda, Jack Pine, Pinus Banksiana, Swamp Pine, Canadian Red Pine, Pinus Resinosa, Red Pine, Pinus Sylvestris, Scotch Fir, Scotch Pine, Scots Pine, Jersey Pine, Pinus Virginiana, Scrub Pine, Virginia Pine, Monterey Pine, Pinus Radiata, Bristlecone Pine, Pinus Aristata, Rocky Mountain Bristlecone Pine, Hickory Pine, Pinus Pungens, Prickly Pine, Table-mountain Pine, Knobcone Pine, Pinus Attenuata, Japanese Red Pine, Japanese Table Pine, Pinus Densiflora, Black Pine, Japanese Black Pine, Pinus Thunbergii, Grey-leaf Pine, Pinus Torreyana, Sabine Pine, Soledad Pine, Torrey Pine, Torrey's Pine
Terms within: Pinecone
Generic synonyms: Conifer, Coniferous Tree
Definition of Pine tree
1. Noun. Any coniferous tree in the genus ''Pinus'' ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pine Tree
Literary usage of Pine tree
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties by United States, Charles Joseph Kappler (1904)
"... east for 4627 feet, to a white-oak tree 30 inches in diameter, blazed as above; thence north 28 degrees 30 minutes east for 2485 feet, to a pine tree 30 ..."
2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1891)
"pine tree SUGAR. By HARVEY W, WILEY. pine tree sugar is derived from an exudation from the Pinus lambertiana. The resin or sap of the tree collects in ..."
3. The Chief American Poets: Selected Poems by Bryant, Poe, Emerson, Longfellow by Curtis Hidden Page (1905)
"30 Only what the pine-tree yields; Sinew that subdued the fields; ... Who leaves the pine-tree, leaves his friend, Unnerves his strength, invites his end. ..."
4. Library of Southern Literature by Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent (1909)
"THE pine tree AND THE VINE By a stream among the mountains Stands a pine tree straight ... And the pine tree, sadly moaning Speaks the sorrow of his soul, ..."
5. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H Warner (1902)
"'The Pine-Tree,'— a jubilee was held at Sofia: the poet receiving in the building ... THE PINE-TREE ALLEGORY OF THE ANCIENT KINGDOM OF BULGARIA B ELOW the ..."
6. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1916)
"JERSEY PINE. Tree, to 40, or sometimes to 100 ft., with slender horizontal or ... JACK PINE. Tree, to 70 ft., usually lower, sometimes shrubby, with slender ..."
7. Colonial Records of Pennsylvania by Samuel Hazard (1853)
"... east one hundred perches to a pine tree, south seventy-nine degrees, east one hundred and forty- five perches to a pine tree, south seventy-one degrees, ..."