Definition of Japan cedar

1. Noun. Tall evergreen of Japan and China yielding valuable soft wood.

Exact synonyms: Cryptomeria Japonica, Japanese Cedar, Sugi
Generic synonyms: Cedar, Cedar Tree
Group relationships: Cryptomeria, Genus Cryptomeria



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Japan Cedar

Januarys
Janus
Janus-faced
Janus cloth
Janus green B
Janus particle
Janus particles
Jap
Japan
Japan Socialist Party
Japan Standard Time
Japan Trench
Japan allspice
Japan bittersweet
Japan cedar
Japan current
Japan tallow
Japan wax
Japanazi
Japanazis
Japanese
Japanese-speaking
Japanese Archipelago
Japanese B encephalitis virus
Japanese Bobtail
Japanese Bobtails
Japanese Giant Salamanders
Japanese Islands
Japanese Red Army

Literary usage of Japan cedar

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1. The Genesee Farmer (1849)
"The accompanying cut, and following remarks, we take from the April number of the Horticulturist: "The japan cedar, Cry plomería ..."

2. The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste by Luther Tucker (1856)
"A japan cedar, ten feet high, that was planted out in 1852, has survived the past ... This would indicate the japan cedar to be more hardy than the Deodar, ..."

3. The Plough, the Loom, and the Anvil (1855)
"It « em- ployed in for the 1 japan cedar. which are every where placed at the dwellings ol mándanos to denote their rank, where it is said to last |r ..."

4. The Forester: A Practical Treatise on British Forestry and Arboriculture for by John Nisbet (1905)
"(1) THE japan cedar or COMMON CRYPTOMERIA, Cryptomeria Japonica Don. ... The Japan Cedar is plentiful about Shanghai and other parts of Northern China in ..."

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