Definition of Ohio buckeye
1. Noun. A buckeye with scaly grey bark that is found in the central United States.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ohio Buckeye
Literary usage of Ohio buckeye
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Forestry in Minnesota by Samuel Bowdlear Green, Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota (1902)
"ohio buckeye. Fetid Buckeye. Leaves made up of five to seven (generally five) leaflets. ... The ohio buckeye is much hardier than the Horse Chestnut, ..."
2. The Principal Species of Wood: Their Characteristic Properties by Charles Henry Snow (1908)
"Buckeye, ohio buckeye (local Stinking Buckeye (Ala., Ark.). Fetid Buckeye (W. Va.). and common names). American Horse Chestnut (Pa.). Locality. ..."
3. Lockwood's Directory of the Paper and Allied Trades by Harry Dyer, Sophie M. Wolert, Vance Publishing Corporation (1905)
"BUCKEYE LEDGER—(w)—CENTRAL OHIO PAPER CO., Columbus, Ohio. BUCKEYE MILLS—(b)—Engine-sized writing—DWIGHT BROTHERS PAPER CO., Chicago, 111. ..."
4. Our Trees, how to Know Them by Clarence Moores Weed (1918)
"THE ohio buckeye OXE who is not familiar with the characteristics of this celebrated tree ... The ohio buckeye thrives best in the fertile soil of the rich ..."