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/ lɑːrtʃ /


ETYM Cf. Old Eng. larege (Cotgrave), Italian larice, Spanish larice, alerce, German lärche; all from Latin larix, -icis, Greek larix.
1. Any of numerous conifers of the genus Larix all having deciduous needlelike leaves; SYN. larch tree.
2. Wood of a larch tree.
Any tree of the genus Larix, of the family Pinaceae. The common larch l. decidua grows to 40 m/130 ft. It is one of the few conifer trees to shed its leaves annually. The small needlelike leaves are replaced every year by new bright-green foliage, which later darkens.
Closely resembling it is the North American tamarack l. laricina, and both are timber trees. The golden larch Pseudolarix amabilis, a native of China, turns golden in autumn.


larch tree

taxus baccata

/ |taxus| |baccata| /


/ juː /


ETYM Old Eng. ew, AS. eów, îw, eoh; akin to Dutch ijf, Old High Germ. îwa, îha, German eibe, Icel. yr; cf. Irish iubhar, Gael. iubhar, iughar, W. yw, ywen, Lith. jëva the black alder tree.
Any evergreen coniferous tree of the genus Taxus of the family Taxaceae, native to the northern hemisphere. The leaves and bright red berrylike seeds are poisonous; the wood is hard and close-grained.
The western or Pacific yew T. brevifolia is native to North America. English yew T. baccata is widely cultivated as an ornamental. The wood was formerly used to make longbows.
The anticancer drug taxol is synthesized from the bark of the Pacific yew.
(Homonym: ewe, you).
Any of numerous evergreen trees or shrubs having red cup-shaped berries and flattened needlelike leaves.
Wood of a yew; especially the durable fine-grained light brown or red wood of the English yew valued for cabinetwork and archery bows.

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