Definition of Red haw

1. Noun. American red-fruited hawthorn with dense corymbs of pink-red flowers.

Exact synonyms: Crataegus Coccinea, Crataegus Pedicellata
Generic synonyms: Haw, Hawthorn



2. Noun. American red-fruited hawthorn with stems and leaves densely covered with short woolly hairs.
Exact synonyms: Crataegus Coccinea Mollis, Crataegus Mollis, Downy Haw
Group relationships: Crataegus, Genus Crataegus
Generic synonyms: Haw, Hawthorn

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Red Haw

red foxes
red giant
red giant star
red giants
red ginger
red goatfish
red goods
red goosefoot
red gram
red grouse
red guard
red guards
red gum
red hair
red half-moon
red haw (current term)
red heat
red helleborine
red hepatisation
red herring
red herrings
red hot
red huckleberry
red induration
red infarct
red ink
red jungle fowl
red juniper
red kangaroo
red kangaroos

Literary usage of Red haw

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1. The Tree Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Trees of North America by Julia Ellen Rogers (1905)
"... HAW (C. mollis) red haw FF. Stamens 10, anthers yellow. F. Stamens 20, anthers yellow; leaves broad and thick; fruit scarlet, downy. ..."

2. The Tree Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Trees of North America by Julia Ellen Rogers (1905)
"... HAW (C. mollis) red haw FF. Stamens 10, anthers yellow. F. Stamens 20, anthers yellow; leaves broad and thick; fruit scarlet, downy. ..."

3. Annual Report of the State Horticultural Society of Missouri by Missouri State Horticultural Society (1895)
"Crataegus coccinea L. Red-haw. A small tree found mostly la the southern part ... Red-haw. A southern species with inedible fruit, wnich has been found in ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... with triangular lids showing the red haw; flews long, thin and pendulous, the upper lip overhanging the lower one; neck long, with profuse dewlap; ..."

5. Forest Physiography: Physiography of the United States and Principles of by Isaiah Bowman (1911)
"In Louisiana groves of honey locust, red haw, and live oak dot the outer prairie region. Inland from the great longleaf pine belt the calcareous layers of ..."

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