Definition of Caucasian walnut
1. Noun. Medium-sized Caucasian much-branched tree distinguished from other walnut trees by its winged fruit.
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Literary usage of Caucasian walnut
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1. Lawns and Gardens: How to Plant and Beautify the Home Lot, the Pleasure by Nils Jönsson-Rose (1897)
"It has long pinnate leaves of a glossy green with about nineteen leaflets. The fine . 1 . , FIG. 89.—caucasian walnut ..."
2. Building Construction and Superintendence by Frank Eugene Kidder (1915)
"Other possible substitutes among the true walnuts and related woods are, Caucasian walnut (Pterocarya caucasia or Pterocarya ..."
3. Wood and Other Organic Structural Materials by Charles Henry Snow (1917)
"Among the related woods which have been used as substitutes are the Caucasian Walnut (Pterocarya ..."
4. Transactions of the International Engineering Congress, 1915 (1916)
"The caucasian walnut has a highly merited reputation beyond Russia and is used for furniture, cabinet making, gun stocks and aeroplanes; the spanks are ..."
5. Circular by United States Forest Service (1911)
"Owing to the similarity of names, caucasian walnut is sometimes confused with ... The entire absence of figure in the caucasian walnut at once serves to ..."
6. The Nut Culturist: A Treatise on the Propagation, Planting and Cultivation by Andrew Samuel Fuller (1896)
"caucasian walnut. WINGED WALNUT. ^The winged fruit of Pterocarya fraxinifolia,, also known as P. Caucasica of nurserymen's catalogues. ..."
7. Argentina and Uruguay by Gordon Ross (1916)
"A tree from the Caucasians; excellent timber and very hardy. Grown like the elm and in the same regions. caucasian walnut TREE, Pterocarya caucasica and P. ..."