Definition of Cedar of goa
1. Noun. Tall spreading evergreen found in Mexico having drooping branches; believed to have been introduced into Portugal from Goa.
Generic synonyms: Cypress, Cypress Tree
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Literary usage of Cedar of goa
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1. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley (1858)
"The cedar of Goa is found wild in parts of India and in Japan, and has been naturalized in Portugal around Cintra. It is the handsomest tree of the genus ..."
2. The Botanic Annual, Or, Familiar Illustrations of the Structure, Habits by Robert Mudie (1832)
"... the cedar of Goa. 3. Torulosa, the Nipal cypress. 4. Pendula of Japan. 5. Thyoides, the arbor-vitae leaved cypress, or white cedar of North America. 6. ..."