pine

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} çam

Çam fıstığı nereden geliyor? - Where do pine nuts come from?

Jack çamı kozalakları, örneğin, büyük bir ısıya maruz kalıncaya kadar tohumlarını bırakmak için kolayca açılmazlar. - The cones of the jack pine, for example, do not readily open to release their seeds until they have been subjected to great heat.

{i} ananas

Mary sabahleyin ananas yemeyi sever. - Mary likes to eat pineapple in the morning.

Bir kiraz veya ananas ile kokteyli dekore edebilirsin. - You can decorate the cocktail with a cherry or a pineapple.

{f} özlemek
{f} burnunda tütmek
{f} erimek
{f} zayıf düşmek
yas tutmak
özlemini duymak
çökmek
sarıçam
kuvvetten düşmek
{f} derdinden tükenmek
hasretlik çekmek
(away ile) güçten kuvvetten düşmek
{i} çam ağacı

Sami bir çam ağacının arkasına saklandı. - Sami hid behind a pine tree.

Eskiden evimin önünde büyük bir çam ağacı vardı. - There used to be a big pine tree in front of my house.

iğne ipliğe dönmek
özlemini çekmek
{f} yas tut
(gerçekleşemeyecek) arzusu olmak
yaş tut(mak)
güç

Ben ananas yemekten hoşlanmıyorum. Onların güçlü bir kokusu var. - I don't like eating pineapples. They have a strong smell.

Aleppo pine Halep çamı
{f} for -in özlemiyle yanıp tutuşmak, -in hasretini çekmek
fıstık çamı
pine tar çam katranı
ground pineground Scotch pine sarıç
pine needle çam iğnesi
Pinus halepensis
pine cone çam kozalağı
{f} away erim erim erimek, eriyip solmak
Pinus pinea pine barren çamlık kumsal
hasret çekmek
özlem duymak
pine away
erim erim erimek
pine bunting
ak başlı çinte
pine bunting
akbaşlı kirazkuşu
pine bunting
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) akbaslı kirazkuşu
pine for
(deyim) yanıp tutuşmak
pine for
hasretini çekmek
pine for
göresi gelmek
pine nut
(Botanik, Bitkibilim,Tarım) çam fıstığı

Ceviz, badem, fındık, fıstık ve çam fıstığı, kuru meyvelerdir. - Walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios and pine nuts are dry fruits.

Çam fıstığı çam kozalaklarından gelir. - Pine nuts come from pine cones.

pine nut
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) fıstıkçamı
pine nut
(Gıda) dolmalık fıstık
pine oil
çam yağı
pine away
yas tut
pine away
yavaş yavaş güçten düşmek
pine barren
çamlık kumsal
pine bunting
ak başlı yelve kuşu
pine cone
çam kozalağı
pine marten
ağaç sansarı
pine wood
çam kerestesi
pine for
özlemek
pine nut
Çamfıstığı: Fıstık caminin kozalak biçimindeki meyvesinden çıkarılan sert kabuklu, yağlı ve nişastalı tohum
pine nuts
cam fıstığı
pine of
cam
pine oil
cam terebentini
pine trees
cam ağaçları
pine-scented
cam kokulu
pine away
(Fiili Deyim ) sararıp solmak , erimek
pine away
erimek
pine away
zayıf düşmek
pine away
gücünü kaybetmek
pine barren
çamlık sahil
pine batiste
(Tekstil) ananas patiskası
pine caterpillar
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) çam tırtılı
pine cloth
(Tekstil) ananas dokuması
pine cone
kozalak

Çam fıstığı çam kozalaklarından gelir. - Pine nuts come from pine cones.

pine fiber
(Tekstil) ananas elyafı
pine for
burnunda tütmek
pine for
hasret olmak
pine for
gözünde tütmek
pine grove
çamlık
pine kernel
çam fıstığı
pine log
(Çevre) çam tomruğu
pine lumber
çam kütüğü
pine marten
beyaz gerdanlı zerdeva
pine marten
zerdeva
pine marten
ağaçsansarı
pine needle
çam yaprağı
pine needle
çam iğnesi
pine resin
çamsakızı
pine tar
çam katranı
pine timber
(Marangozluk) çam kereste
pine tree
çam ağacı

Eskiden evimin önünde büyük bir çam ağacı vardı. - There used to be a big pine tree in front of my house.

Sami bir çam ağacının arkasına saklandı. - Sami hid behind a pine tree.

pinon pine
bodur çam
pitch pine
çıralı çam
pine nut
çamfıstığı
bark of the pine tree
yalamuk
european black pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) karaçam
mountain pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) dağ çamı
pine needle
ibre
piney
çamlık
scots pine
iskoçya çamı
scots pine
sarıçam
stone pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) çam fıstığı
turkish pine
kızılçam
white pine
akçam
yellow pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sarıçam
Aleppo pine
Halep çamı
Jerusalem pine
Halep çamı
Scotch pine
sarıçam
bull pine
akçam
bull pine
çıralı çam
ground pine
kurdayağı
ground pine
kurt ayağı
longleaf pine
uzun yapraklı çam
mountain pine
çam
pining
{f} ümit et
pining
{i} iliştirme
piny
çamlık
piny
çam kokulu
stone pine
fıstıkçamı
sugar pine
şeker çamı
white pine
beyaz çam
ancient pine
asırlık cam
bristlecone pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Yaşayan en yaşlı ağaç türü olan, bir çeşit cam ağacı
calabrian pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Kızılçam ağacı (Pinus brutia)
corrupt, perish, pine, spoil
Yok, cam, yağma bozuk
crimean pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Karaçam ağacı (Pinus nigra)
dwarf pine
bodur cam
jack pine
jack cam
jerusalem pine
Kudüs cam
knobcone pine
knobcone cam
longleaf pine
uzun yapraklı cam
norfolk island pine
Norfolk Adası cami
pining
ümit ederek
pond pine
Su birikintisi cam
red pine
kızıl yaş
red pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Kızılçam
running pine
cam koşma
sugar pine
şeker cami
third person singular of to pine
üçüncü kişi cam için tekil
wollemi pine
wollemi cam
Scotch pine
bot. sarıçam
cluster pine
alaçam
georgia pine
(Çevre) çıralı çam
knotty pine
(Çevre) budak desenli çam
maritime pine
yalı çamı
oregon pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) douglas çamı
oregon pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kaliforniya ladini
pine needle
çam iğnesi/pürü
piny
{s} çam gibi
piny
çam gibi/çamlı
piny
çam ağaçlarıyla kaplı
southern yellow pine
(Çevre) çıralı çam
spruce pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kuzeydoğu amerika ladini
stone pine
fıstık çamı
torch pine
karaçam
umbrella pine
bot. fıstıkçamı
التركية - التركية
Yama
Golan dokumak için kurulan tezgâh
PİNE
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Yama
pines
Azman bir midye çeşidi
pines
Yumuşakçalardan, midye biçiminde, ondan daha büyük kabuklu bir deniz hayvanı (Pinna nobilis)
pines
Midyeden daha büyük kavkılı bir deniz yumuşakçası
pines
Yumuşakçalardan, midye biçiminde, ondan daha büyük kavkılı bir deniz hayvanı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A painful longing
The wood of pine tree
To long, to yearn so much that it causes suffering

Long lay the world in sin and error pining / Till He appear’d and the soul felt its worth.

Any coniferous tree of the genus Pinus
Any tree (usually coniferous) which resembles a member of this genus in some respect
A pineapple
{f} long for, crave, yearn; desire, want
{v} to languish, to waste
{n} a tree
To languish; to lose flesh or wear away, under any distress or anexiety of mind; to droop; often used with away
Any tree of the coniferous genus Pinus
Softer wood used beyond division boards; takes over where the maple "heads" end
Recommended e-mail software for Unix
a coniferous tree
an E-mail program
e-mail software accessible via telnet (open a connection at login itd umich edu)
{i} type of tree
a coniferous tree straight-grained durable and often resinous white to yellowish timber of any of numerous trees of the genus Pinus
An e-mail system available on mallard and wood, the DUC Sun servers A PC version called PCPine is included in the AUnet application suite
(Pine Is Not Elm) A sophisticated e-mail utility that can send not only text files, but also binary files (such as images and sounds) through the use of MIME See MIME
A UNIX or Intel-based IMAP email client that is available on Showme Pine has been the system used on Showme by most faculty, staff, and students It can be used to access the new email system, however to facilitate the global address list and document exchange, switching to Outlook or Eudora is encouraged
A UNIX-based mail program based on ELM (It stand for pine is not elm )
Personal Number Identification
The wood of the pine tree
Mailer software which allows users to send IP packets (e-mail) of information to other users It is available through QvtNet in your WPCommKit
The E-mail program available to all students at KSU It runs on the UNIX operating system at KSU EDU and can be accessed via Telnet connection, either over a direct network connection or by modem, using either a SLIP or PPP protocol PINE is an acronym for Program for Internet News and E-mail, and was written at the University of Washington
A text-based email program for Unix computers (such as Dante and Homer) Also referred to as Unix-based Pine
Any of the coniferous evergreen trees of the genus Pinus Represented in the North Country by three prominent species, the Jack Pine (Pinus banksiana), Red Pine (Pinus resinosa), and the stately White Pine (Pinus strobus) Also used in reference to the Pine Family Pinaceæ, which includes the pines, spruces, firs, and hemlocks From the Latin pinus, "pine tree "
A coniferous tree of the genus Pinus, or a tree (usually coniferous) which resembles a member of this genus in some respect
Program for Internet News and Email Good free text mode mailer Processes also news, but not as good as mails
(a text-based email sending and receiving program)
a Program for Internet News and Email
Any number of different species of softwood known for their beautiful color and characteristic look
The pine we use for the construction of the items will be in a finished state We have no control over the exact species of the pine we get from the lumber mills and yards
To inflict pain upon; to torment; to torture; to afflict
The electronic mail (e-mail) service most widely used at the University of Washington Other e-mail services include Berkeley mail, elm and VAXMail
Antiseptic
Pine is useful in treating a variety of skin conditions including acne, excessive perspiration and an oily scalp Pine oil helps aid the elimination of toxins and stimulates circulation It has a refreshing and revitalizing scent that is also known to repel insects
A pine tree or a pine is a tall tree which has very thin, sharp leaves and a fresh smell. Pine trees have leaves all year round. high mountains covered in pine trees. Pine is the wood of this tree. a big pine table
have a desire for something or someone who is not present; "She ached for a cigarette"; "I am pining for my lover"
The sense of longing
The easiest to use of all the UNIX-based mail applications To start using it, simply type Pine at the UNIX command
If you pine for someone who has died or gone away, you want them to be with you very much and feel sad because they are not there. She'd be sitting at home pining for her lost husband Make sure your pet won't pine while you're away
A Unix based program for managing electronic mail developed by the University of Washington
straight-grained durable and often resinous white to yellowish timber of any of numerous trees of the genus Pinus
Woe; torment; pain
To languish with desire; to waste away with longing for something; usually followed by for
To suffer; to be afflicted
To long, to yearn
A UNIX program for Internet news and e-mail A mail user agent for reading, sending and managing electronic messages
The wood of such a tree or trees
To grieve or mourn for
If you pine for something, you want it very much, especially when it is unlikely that you will be able to have it. I pine for the countryside. to become sad and not continue your life as normal because someone has died or gone away. Any of 10 genera of coniferous trees (rarely shrubs) of the family Pinaceae (see conifer), native to northern temperate regions, especially about 90 species of ornamental and timber evergreen conifers of the genus Pinus. Needlelike leaves and cones are solitary or in bunches. Shallow root systems make pines susceptible to wind and surface disturbance. The family includes fir, Douglas fir, hemlock, spruce, larch, and cedar. Many species are sources of softwood timber, paper pulp, oils, and resins. Some are cultivated as ornamentals
pine cone
The seed-bearing conical fruit of a pine tree
pine cones
plural form of pine cone
pine marten
A species of marten native to Northern Europe, Martes martes
pine martens
plural form of pine marten
pine needle
An adult leaf of an adult pine tree
pine nut
The edible seed of any of several species of evergreen pine, especially Pinus pinea, Pinus cembra and Pinus cembroides
pine nuts
plural form of pine nut
pine oil
a mixture of monoterpene alcohols obtained from various species of Pinus, rich in α-terpineol
pine tar
A dark viscous substance obtained from the destructive distillation of pine wood; used by batters to improve their grip
pine terpene
A mixture of terpenoid hydrocarbons that is the principal component of essential oils obtained from various species of Pinus; it includes pinene, carene and menthadiene
pine tree
Any coniferous tree in the genus Pinus
pine weevil
a species of weevils that can cause damage on young spruce seedlings
pine woods snake
A slender brown snake, Rhadinaea flavilata, from southeastern from United States
Pine Processionary
(Silahlar) The Pine Processionary (Thaumetopoea pityocampa) is a moth of the family Thaumetopoeidae. It is sometimes placed in the genus Traumatocampa. It is an abundant species of pine woods in central and southern Europe
Pine Barrens
A coastal plain region of southeast-central and southern New Jersey. Its extensive forests of pine, cedar, and oak were all but exhausted by the 1860s as the result of indiscriminate cutting for shipbuilding and charcoal making
Pine Bluff
A city of southeast-central Arkansas south-southeast of Little Rock. Founded c. 1820 as Mount Marie, it was renamed in 1832. Population: 57,140
pine away
lose vigor, health, or flesh, as through grief; "After her husband died, she just pined away"
pine away
lose vigor, health, or flesh, as through grief; "After her husband died, she just pined away
pine bluff
a town in southeast central Arkansas on the Arkansas River
pine cone
hard spiny fruit of the pine tree
pine cone
A pine cone is one of the brown oval seed cases produced by a pine tree
pine fern
fern of Florida and West Indies and Central America with rhizome densely clad in grown hairs
pine grosbeak
large grosbeak of coniferous forests of Old and New Worlds
pine hyacinth
erect clematis of Florida having pink to purple flowers
pine knot
a joint of pine wood used for fuel
pine leaf aphid
a variety of adelgid
pine marten
dark brown marten of northern Eurasian coniferous forests
pine marten
a small thin furry animal that lives in forests in Europe
pine mouse
Any of various voles of the genus Pitymys, especially P. pinetorum, a tiny forest animal of eastern North America. Also called pine vole
pine mushroom
edible mushroom that is commonly found in Israel and which grows near pine trees
pine needle
needlelike leaf of the pine tree
pine needle
Pine needles are very thin, sharp leaves that grow on pine trees. The needle-shaped leaf of a pine tree. a leaf of the pine tree, which is thin and sharp like a needle
pine nut
Pine nuts are small cream-coloured seeds that grow on pine trees. They can be used in salads and other dishes. The edible seed of certain pines, such as the piñon. a small seed that grows on some pine trees and is eaten as food
pine nut
sweet edible seed growing in a hard shell in the pine cone of certain pine trees
pine nut
edible seed of any of several nut pines especially some pinons of southwestern North America
pine nuts
Also pignoli nuts, small, pellet-shaped nuts Expensive (wonderfully sweet and rich) little nuts that come from a large pinecone of Italy May substitute slivered almonds The Southwestern Pignons are similar
pine nuts
The blanched seeds from pine cones Other names are: Indian nut, piñon, pignoli, and pignolia Recipe: Chicken with Pine NutsNutrient Content
pine nuts
seeds from the pine cones of certain evergreens; their mild, pinelike flavor is enhanced by toasting
pine sawyer
large beetle whose larvae bore holes in pine trees
pine siskin
A North American finch (Carduelis pinus) having streaked, brownish plumage. Also called pine finch
pine siskin
small finch of North American coniferous forests
pine snake
any of several bull snakes of eastern and southeastern United States found chiefly in pine woods; now threatened
pine snake
Any of various bull snakes common in pine woods, especially Pituophis melanoleucus, of the eastern United States
pine spittlebug
North American insect that attacks pines
pine straw
Yellowed fallen pine needles
pine tar
a dark viscous substance obtained from the destructive distillation of pine wood
pine tar
A viscous or semisolid brown-to-black substance produced by the destructive distillation of pine wood and used in roofing compositions and as an expectorant and antiseptic
pine tree
a coniferous tree
pine tree
a tall tree with long hard sharp leaves that do not fall off in winter = pine
pine vole
short-tailed glossy-furred burrowing vole of the eastern United States
pine warbler
A small, yellow-breasted songbird (Dendroica pinus) found in pine forests of the eastern United States
pine-barren sandwort
deep-rooted perennial of southeastern United States
pine-tar rag
baseball equipment consisting of a rag soaked with pine tar; used on the handle of a baseball bat to give a batter a firm grip
pickled pine
A wood finish in which a pale colour is added whilst allowing the grain to show
pinon pine
small 2- or 3-needled pinon of Mexico and southern Texas
pitch pine
An eastern North American pine tree (Pinus rigida) that yields pitch or turpentine. a type of pine tree that grows in North America, or the wood from this tree
pitch pine
large 3-needled pine of the eastern United States and southeastern Canada; closely related to the pond pine
pitch pine
large 3-needled pine of southeastern United States having very long needles and gnarled twisted limbs; bark is red-brown deeply ridged; an important timber tree
Canadian red pine
a pine tree found in eastern North America having long needles and reddish bark
Huon pine
Lagarostrobos franklinii, a conifer native to the wet southwestern corner of Tasmania, Australia; not a true pine
Southern yellow pine
A classification of lumber, widely used in construction in much of the US, from any of several species of genus Pinus grown in the southeastern United States
Wollemi pine
An Australian coniferous tree in the family Araucariaceae, not a true pine
black pine
an evergreen tree, most commonly of the species Pinus nigra; alternatively, Pinus thunbergii or Pinus jeffreyi
bristlecone pine
Any of a small number of different small, slow-growing pine trees found in the western United States, some of which are over 4,000 years old
bunya pine
A tree, Araucaria bidwillii, native to south-east Queensland in Australia
grab some pine
Go sit on the bench. Typically used as a taunt after a strikeout. Popularized by Giants sportscaster Mike Krukow

Strike three! Grab some pine, Meat!.

hoop pine
Araucaria cunninghamii, a tree of eastern Australia and New Guinea
jack pine
an evergreen tree, Pinus banksiana, scrub pine
klinki pine
Araucaria hunsteinii, a very large fast-growing evergreen tree native to Papua New Guinea
loblolly pine
The wood of Pinus taeda
loblolly pine
A pine tree, Pinus taeda, native to the southeastern US and extensively planted
longleaf pine
An important pine species of the southeastern US, Pinus palustris
maritime pine
A pine tree, Pinus pinaster, that usually grows in the western Mediterranean region
ride the pine
To sit on the bench, to not be used in a game

Jones rode the pine much of the season.

silver pine
A tree, Manoao colensoi, endemic to New Zealand
stone pine
A species of pine native of southern Europe, Pinus pinea
sugar pine
Pinus lambertiana, the largest species of pine, native to California and Oregon; particularly noted for its huge, distinctive cone
swamp pine
Any of several pine trees, such as loblolly pine or longleaf pine, that prefer swampy conditions
umbrella pine
A stone pine
yellow pine
A coniferous tree endemic to New Zealand, scientific name Halocarpus biformis
yellow pine
The wood from any of these trees
yellow pine
Any of various pine trees with a yellow colour
bristlecone pine
small slow-growing upland pine of western United States (Rocky Mountains) having dense branches with fissured rust-brown bark and short needles in bunches of 5 and thorn-tipped cone scales; among the oldest living things some over 4500 years old
bristlecone pine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Either of two pines (Pinus longaeva and P. aristata) of the western U.S. that include the oldest living trees
Amboyna pine
native to the Moluccas and Philippines; a source of dammar resin
Jerusalem pine
type of common pine tree
Norfolk Island pine
An evergreen tree (Araucaria heterophylla) with incurved, decurrent needles, native to Norfolk Island in the South Pacific and widely grown as an indoor plant. Evergreen timber and ornamental conifer (Araucaria excelsa, or A. heterophylla) of the family Araucariaceae, native to Norfolk Island in the South Pacific Ocean. In nature this pine grows to a height of 200 ft (60 m), with a trunk sometimes reaching 10 ft (3 m) in diameter. The wood of large trees is used in construction, furniture, and shipbuilding. The sapling stage is grown worldwide as a houseplant and as an outdoor ornamental in regions with a Mediterranean climate. The monkey puzzle tree is a relative
Oregon pine
The wood of the Douglas fir
Pines
See Isle of Youth
alpine celery pine
small shrubby celery pine of New Zealand
amboina pine
native to the Moluccas and Philippines; a source of dammar resin
amboyna pine
The resiniferous tree Agathis Dammara, of the Moluccas
american white pine
tall-growing pine of eastern North America; bark is brown with longitudinal fissures when mature; valued as a timber tree
ancient pine
small slow-growing pine of western United States similar to the bristlecone pine; chocolate brown bark in plates and short needles in bunches of 5; crown conic but becoming rough and twisted; oldest plant in the world growing to 5000 years in cold semi-desert mountain tops
australian pine
common Australian tree widely grown as an ornamental in tropical regions; yields heavy hard red wood
bishop pine
2- or 3-needled pinon mostly of northwestern California coast
black cypress pine
Australian tree with small flattened scales as leaves and numerous dark brown seed; valued for its timber and resin
black pine
matai: New Zealand conifer
black pine
miro: New Zealand conifer
black pine
Jeffrey pine: tall symmetrical pine of western North America having long blue-green needles in bunches of 3 and elongated cones on spreading somewhat pendulous branches; sometimes classified as a variety of ponderosa pine
black pine
large 2-needled timber pine of southeastern Europe
black pine
Japanese black pine: large Japanese ornamental having long needles in bunches of 2; widely planted in United States because of its resistance to salt and smog
brown pine
large Australian tree with straight-grained yellow wood that turns brown on exposure
celery pine
Australasian evergreen conifer having a graceful head of foliage resembling celery that is composed of phyllodes borne in the axils of scalelike leaves
celery top pine
medium tall celery pine of Tasmania
chilean pine
Same as Monkey- puzzle
cluster pine
A Mediterranean pine tree (Pinus pinaster) having long needles in clusters of two, and large ovoid seed-bearing cones
common sickle pine
small tropical rain forest tree of Indonesia and Malaysia
cypress pine
any of several evergreen trees or shrubs of Australia and northern New Caledonia
digger pine
A medium-sized, crooked-branched pine, Pinus sabiniana, of California, having drooping grayish-green needles, large cones with long stalks and sharp-tipped scales, and edible seeds
dundathu pine
Australian timber tree resembling the kauri but having wood much lighter in weight and softer
ground pine
A club moss, especially Lycopodium obscurum or L. complanatum or a similar species. Also called ground cedar
ground pine
low-growing annual with yellow flowers dotted red; faintly aromatic of pine resin; Europe, British Isles and North Africa any of several club mosses having long creeping stems and erect branches
hoop pine
pine of Australia and New Guinea; yields a valuable light even-textured wood
huon pine
Tasmanian timber tree with yellow aromatic wavy-grained wood used for carving and ship building; sometimes placed in genus Dacrydium
jack pine
slender medium-sized 2-needled pine of eastern North America; with yellow-green needles and scaly gray to red-brown fissured bark
jack pine
An evergreen tree (Pinus banksiana) of northern North America, having soft wood and short twisted needles grouped in fascicles of two. Also called scrub pine
japanese black pine
large Japanese ornamental having long needles in bunches of 2; widely planted in United States because of its resistance to salt and smog
japanese red pine
pine native to Japan and Korea having a wide-spreading irregular crown when mature; grown as an ornamental
japanese umbrella pine
tall evergreen having a symmetrical spreading crown and needles growing in whorls that resemble umbrellas at ends of twigs
jeffrey pine
tall symmetrical pine of western North America having long blue-green needles in bunches of 3 and elongated cones on spreading somewhat pendulous branches; sometimes classified as a variety of ponderosa pine
kauri pine
any of various trees of the genus Agathis; yield dammar resin
king william pine
evergreen of Tasmanian mountains having sharp-pointed leaves the curve inward
knobcone pine
medium-sized 3-needled pine of the Pacific coast of the United States having a prominent knob on each scale of the cone
knotty pine
Pine wood with a large number of knots, used especially for paneling and furniture
knotty pine
pine lumber with many knots; used especially for paneling and furniture
lambert pine
It has the leaves in fives, and cones a foot long
lambert pine
The timber is soft, and like that of the white pine of the Eastern States
lambert pine
The gigantic sugar pine of California and Oregon (Pinus Lambertiana)
limber pine
western North American pine with long needles and very flexible limbs and dark-gray furrowed bark
loblolly pine
{i} evergreen tree native to the southern United States that has very long and thin needles; wood of the loblolly pine tree
loblolly pine
tall spreading 3-needled pine of southeastern United States having reddish-brown fissured bark and a full bushy upper head
loblolly pine
A pine (Pinus taeda) of the southeast United States, having needles in fascicles of three, oblong cones, and strong wood used as lumber and for paper pulp
longleaf pine
large 3-needled pine of southeastern United States having very long needles and gnarled twisted limbs; bark is red-brown deeply ridged; an important timber tree
monterey pine
tall California pine with long needles in bunches of 3, a dense crown, and dark brown deeply fissured bark
new caledonian pine
very tall evergreen of New Caledonia and the New Hebrides similar to norfolk island pine
norfolk island pine
evergreen of Australia and Norfolk Island in the South Pacific
nut pine
any of several pinons bearing edible nutlike seeds
pined
past of pine
pines
Third person singular of to pine
pines
Plural of pine
piney
or its products
piney
alternative spelling of piny
piney
A term used in designating an East Indian tree the Vateria Indica or piney tree, of the order Dipterocarpeæ, which grows in Malabar, etc
pining
present participle of pine
pining
Languishing; drooping; wasting away, as with longing
pining
Wasting; consuming
pining
a feeling of deep longing
piny
Of, pertaining to, or having many pines
piny
{s} of pine trees, covered in pine trees (also spelled piney)
piny
Abounding with pines
pond pine
large 3-needled pine of sandy swamps of southeastern United States; needles longer than those of the northern pitch pine
ponderosa pine
ponderosa: common and widely distributed tall timber pine of western North America having dark green needles in bunches of 2 to 5 and thick bark with dark brown plates when mature
port jackson pine
Australian cypress pine having globular cones
red pine
pine of eastern North America having long needles in bunches of two and reddish bark
red pine
An evergreen timber tree (Pinus resinosa) of northeast North America, having long flexible glossy leaves grouped in fascicles of two. Also called Norway pine
running pine
a variety of clubmoss
scotch pine
pine tree that has twisted bluish-green needles and flaking red-brown bark found in northern Europe and Asia, scotch fir; wood of said scotch pine
scotch pine
medium large 2-needled pine of northern Europe and Asia having flaking red-brown bark
scrub pine
common small shrubby pine of the eastern United States having straggling often twisted or branches and short needles in bunches of 2
shore pine
shrubby 2-needled pine of coastal northwestern United States; red to yellow-brown bark fissured into small squares
shortleaf pine
large pine of southern United States having short needles in bunches of 2-3 and red-brown bark when mature
sierra lodgepole pine
tall subspecies of lodgepole pine
slash pine
A kind of pine tree (Pinus Cubensis) found in Southern Florida and the West Indies; so called because it grows in "slashes
slash pine
A pine tree (Pinus elliotti) of swampy coastal areas of the southeast United States that yields pulp, rosin, timber, and turpentine
southwestern white pine
medium-size pine of northwestern Mexico; bark is dark brown and furrowed when mature
spruce pine
large 2-needled pine of southeastern United States with light soft wood
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