A woody perennial plant, typically having a single stem or trunk growing to a considerable height and bearing lateral branches at some distance from the ground
An organizational structure for information storage and retrieval in the form of a tree in which all terminal nodes are the same distance from the base, and all non-terminal nodes have between n and 2n subtrees or pointers (where n is an integer)
A fig tree native to India and SE Asia, regarded as sacred by Buddhists
fig tree sacred to Buddhists
A hollow tree used by bees for a hive
North American term for giant redwood (see redwood).
another term for cork oak.
A tropical American tree yielding a juice which looks and tastes like cow’s milk
A slender deciduous Chinese tree with flowers that bear large white bracts said to resemble doves' wings, grown as an ornamental
Another term for pohutukawa.
A tree that exudes gum, especially a eucalyptus
A North American shrub or small tree with bitter fruit that was formerly used in brewing as a substitute for hops
Either of two Australian trees with a musky smell
A tree that bears nuts, especially the hazel
A shrub or small tree with yellow pea-like flowers, native to Siberia and grown as an ornamental
A large tropical American tree which is widely planted as a street tree. It has grooved bark which typically supports epiphytic plants, and ‘rain’ is excreted by cicadas that live in the tree
The ridge piece of a roof
A shaped block inserted into a shoe when it is not being worn to keep the shoe in shape
An ornamental tree of the pea family with fernlike leaves and showy pink plumelike flowers that open in midsummer. It is naturalized in most of the eastern US
A tree or other tall structure to which cables are attached for hauling logs
An Australasian flowering shrub or small tree whose leaves are sometimes used for tea. Some species yield an oil valued for its antiseptic properties
Calfskin stained with a tree-like design and used in bookbinding
Another term for whistling duck.
A large palm-like fern with a trunk-like stem bearing a crown of large fronds, sometimes reaching a height of 24 m and occurring chiefly in the tropics, particularly the southern hemisphere
An arboreal frog that has long toes with adhesive disks and is typically small and brightly coloured
A long-tailed tree-dwelling Asian crow, with blackish or brown and grey plumage
Each of a number of concentric rings in the cross section of a tree trunk, representing a single year’s growth
Another term for tree frog.
An East Asian tree with white berries that produce a wax which is used as a substitute for beeswax
The smoke tree
A data structure in which a record is linked to two successor records, usually referred to as the left branch when greater and the right when less than the previous record
Either of two Australian trees with swollen bottle-shaped trunks containing water:
A cycad native to tropical and southern Africa, which yields an edible sago-like starch
A southern European shrub with blue or white flowers, grown as an ornamental
Another term for chinaberry.
A tropical or subtropical thorny shrub or tree with showy red or orange flowers
A slow-growing palm-like tree of the agave family, which is native to the Canary Islands and yields dragon’s blood
A diagram showing the relationship between people in several generations of a family
Any of a number of trees which are believed to either cause or cure fever, in particular:
Any of a number of trees with brilliant red flowers, in particular:
A large tree growing in or typical of those growing in a forest
A tree grown for its edible fruit
Another term for blackboy.
A representation in carving or stained glass of the genealogy of Jesus as a tree with Jesse at the base and intermediate descendants on branching scrolls of foliage
A yucca which grows as a tree and has clusters of spiky leaves, native to arid regions of south-western North America
A Mediterranean tree of the pea family, with purple flowers that typically appear before the rounded leaves