Definition of Podocarpus dacrydioides

1. Noun. New Zealand evergreen valued for its light easily worked wood.

Lexicographical Neighbors of Podocarpus Dacrydioides

Podiceps cristatus
Podiceps grisegena
Podiceps nigricollis
Podiceps ruficollis
Podilymbus podiceps
Podocarpus amara
Podocarpus coriaceus
Podocarpus dacrydioides
Podocarpus elatus
Podocarpus elongatus
Podocarpus ferruginea
Podocarpus latifolius
Podocarpus nivalis
Podocarpus spicata
Podocarpus totara
Podophyllum peltatum
Poe's law

Literary usage of Podocarpus dacrydioides

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Veitch's Manual of the Coniferae: Containing a General Review of the Order by Adolphus Henry Kent, James Veitch & Sons (1900)
"podocarpus dacrydioides. A lofty tree 80 — 150 feet high with a trunk 4 — 5 feet ... podocarpus dacrydioides, A. Richard, Fl. Nov^ Zeal. 358, t. 39 (1832). ..."

2. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"Maori name for a New Zealand tree, podocarpus dacrydioides, ... White-pine, podocarpus dacrydioides -- Kahikatea, kahika, koroi. ..."

3. The Timbers of Commerce and Their Identification by Herbert Stone (1904)
"As those of podocarpus dacrydioides No. ... podocarpus dacrydioides. A. Rich. PLATE XVI. FIG. 140. Natural Order. Coniferae. Synonyms. D. excelsum. D. Don. ..."

4. Gardeners Chronicle, the Horticultural Trade Journal (1897)
"Banks mentions a tree of podocarpus dacrydioides, which girthed 19 feet 8 inches at 6 feet above the ground, and measured 89 feet to the first branch, ..."

5. Select Extra-tropical Plants Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1880)
"... (Podocarpus) dacrydioides, A. Richard. In swampy ground of New Zealand; the " Kahikatea " of the Maories, called White Pine by the colonists. ..."

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