Definition of arolla in English:

arolla

Syllabification: a·rol·la
Pronunciation: /əˈrälə, əˈrō-
 
/
(also arolla pine)

noun

A tall pine tree native to the Alps and Carpathian mountains, often planted in dense clumps as an avalanche break.
  • Pinus cembra, family Pinaceae
More example sentences
  • P. cembra, the Swiss stone pine, has a range which extends eastwards from the Alps; and P. gerardiana is a native of the Himalayas.
  • Arc 2000 takes you from the imposing kingdom of arolla pines to the ‘roof of the world’.
  • The Aletsch forest with its very old Swiss stone pines is an experience well worth making.

Origin

late 19th century: from Swiss French arol(l)e.

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