Definition of Bay-rum tree
1. Noun. West Indian tree; source of bay rum.
Group relationships: Genus Pimenta, Pimenta
Generic synonyms: Tree
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Literary usage of Bay-rum tree
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1. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1916)
"... the bayberry or bay-rum tree is by some separated in the genus Amomis (A. caryophyllata, Krug & Urb.), a shrub or small tree in the W. Indice, ..."
2. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1895)
"... and the electricity of the bay-rum tree is decided with the laments of refuge. Oh, he was a good man. low the grasshoppers of his belief floundered with ..."
3. Eppy Grams by George Vere Hobart (1904)
"Der Trusts is dot part of der ocean of commerce vare der leedle robbers get sunk und der big pirates nourish like der green bay rum tree. ..."
4. Economic plants of Porto Rico by Orator Fuller Cook, Guy N. Collins (1903)
"(Stahl, 6: 182.) Amomis caryophyllata. BAYBERRY TREE. BAY' RUM TREE. WILD CINNAMON. Ausu. Variously reported by Bello. Krug, Stahl, and Sintenis as "ausu," ..."
5. Circular by Puerto Rico Federal Experiment Station, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station (Mayaguez) (1918)
"Bay oil is distilled from leaves of the bay-rum tree and is the active ... The bay-rum tree, Pimenta racemosa (Mill.) JW Moore, is a crop which can be grown ..."
6. The Luquillo Forest Reserve, Porto Rico by Gifford, John Clayton (1905)
"The Porto Rican bay-rum tree is Amomis caryophyllata Krug & Urb. ... This pimenta is probably the bay- rum tree Amomis caryophyllata Krug et Urb. Psidium ..."