larch

Yellowish to reddish-brown timber used for the carcass work of case furniture in the late 18thC. It is fairly hard and durable, but has a tendency to warp.

Larch

Larches are conifers in the genus Larix, in the family Pinaceae. Growing from 20 to 45 m tall, they are native to much of the cooler temperate northern hemisphere, on lowlands in the north and high on mountains further south. Larch are among the dominant plants in the immense boreal forests of Russia, Canada, and Scandinavia. Although a conifer, t...
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Larch

(Larix) Larix, also known as the Larch, Tamarack or Hackmatack, is a coniferous (cone-bearing) tree, which lose their needles in autumn. The Larches grow in northern regions, or at high altitudes in the mountainous parts of temperate countries. They are found throughout central Europe, the Himalayas, China, Korea, Japan, Siberia and North America. ...
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larch

[n] - wood of a larch tree 2. [n] - any of numerous conifers of the genus Larix all having deciduous needlelike leaves
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Larch

• (n.) A genus of coniferous trees, having deciduous leaves, in fascicles (see Illust. of Fascicle).
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larch

<botany> A genus of coniferous trees, having deciduous leaves, in fascicles. ... The European larch is Larix Europaea. The American or black larch is L. Americana, the hackmatack or tamarack. The trees are generally of a drooping, graceful appearance. ... Origin: Cf. OE. Larege (Cotgrave), It.larice, Sp. Larice, alerce, G. Larche; all fr. L. ...
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larch

larch tree noun any of numerous conifers of the genus Larix all having deciduous needlelike leaves
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Larch

Larch (lärch) noun [ Confer Middle English larege (Cotgrave), Italian larice , Spanish larice , alerce , German lärche ; all from Latin larix , - icis , Greek la`rix .] (Botany) A genus of coniferous trees, having deciduous leaves...
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Larch

An extremely durable wood used for rough work. It warps a lot when dried, but can be polished to a fine finish when dry.
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larch

Any of a group of trees belonging to the pine family. The common larch (L. decidua) grows to 40 m/130 ft. It is one of the few conifers to shed its leaves annually. The small needlelike leaves are replaced every year by new bright-green foliage, which later darkens. (Genus Larix, family Pinaceae.) Close...
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larch

any of about 10 to 12 species of coniferous trees constituting the genus Larix of the family Pinaceae, native to cool temperate and sub-Arctic parts ... [9 related articles]
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larch

larch, any tree of the genus Larix, conifers of the family Pinaceae (pine family), which are unusual in that they are not evergreen. The various species are widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere. Needles of the larches are mostly borne in characteristic radiating clusters. A western American...
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Larch

The larch (Larix) is a genus of trees of the pine (Pinaceae) family native to cool-temperate and sub arctic parts of the northern hemisphere. The short, needle-like leaves are arranged spirally on new growth, in whorls at the tips of dwarf spurs on older twigs and are shed in autumn. The larch have small erect oval blunt-pointed cones, and irregula...
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larch

Yellowish to reddish-brown timber used for the carcass work of case furniture in the late 18thC. It is fairly hard and durable, but has a tendency to warp.
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