underwood

[low cover] generally consisting of holly, hazel, willow, alder, and thorn (R 170); wood standing or cut, including produce of coppice or pollarded trees (Penn 162, 4)
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underwood

[low cover] generally consisting of holly, hazel, willow, alder, and thorn (R 170); wood standing or cut, including produce of coppice or pollarded trees (Penn 162, 4)
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22223

Underwood

Underwood is a surname of English topographic origin. ==History== Deriving from the Old English `under` a preposition meaning `under` or `below`, plus `wuda`, a wood. The name was originally given to one dwelling at the foot of a wood or literally `below the trees of a forest`. The name may also be locational from three places named with...
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Underwood

• (n.) Small trees and bushes that grow among large trees; coppice; underbrush; -- formerly used in the plural.
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