Juglans

The 21 species in the genus range across the north temperate Old World from southeast Europe east to Japan, and more widely in the New World from southeast Canada west to California and south to Argentina. ==Etymology== The trivial name walnut derives from Old English wealhhnutu, literally `foreign nut` (from wealh `foreign` + hnutu `nut`), ...
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Juglans

• (n.) A genus of valuable trees, including the true walnut of Europe, and the America black walnut, and butternut.
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Juglans

(Butternut, Walnut Tree) These deciduous trees are found wild from southeast Europe to the Himalayas, through China to Manchuria and Japan, and in North and South America. Most of them are hardy. Various species of Juglans are commonly known as Walnut trees. These trees are grown for their beauty, some for their timber and some for their edible nut...
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Juglans

Jug'lans noun [ Latin , walnut.] (Botany) A genus of valuable trees, including the true walnut of Europe, and the America black walnut, and butternut.
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Juglans

Juglans is a genus of deciduous trees belonging to the family Juglandeae. The common walnut, Juglans regia is perhaps the best-known species. The fruit of all the species is edible and the timber of great value. All the species are handsome and some species are used as park trees.
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Juglans

[n] - type genus of the Juglandaceae
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