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American hazel

Definition of the noun american hazel

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  1. nut-bearing shrub of eastern North America

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Google previewThe Anglo-American Encyclopedia and Dictionary: Encyclopedia department (A-Z) (1904)

The American hazel (C. amerjcana) very much resembles the European. The roots are used by cabinet makers for veneering; and in Italy the chips are sometimes put into turbid wine for the purpose of fining it. Hazel Grouse {Bonasa betulina), ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

americana Marshall English: American hazel, American filbert, American hazel- nut C. avellana L. English: hazel, European filbert, European hazelnut C. colurna L. English: ...

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Food and Cooking (1998)

by Charles Gordon Sinclair

mainly from Scandinavia and Russia with a white excellently flavoured and tender flesh {also called hazel grousel hazeinut A thick-shelled nut from the European or North American hazel tree ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1904)

by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines

in England, Spain, Sicily, and other parts of Europe, also the American hazel (C. americana) ar.d the California hazel; hickory nuts (Carya alba and other species) in the United States (from Maine to Texas), and ...

Google previewChemical Dictionary of Economic Plants (2001)

by Jeffrey B. Harborne, Herbert Baxter

americana (American hazel) are well-known hybrids. Food and oil plant. The kernels contain 18% protein and 68% oil. The oil is similar in its fatty acids to olive oil. These trees are cultivated widely in temperate ...

Google previewThe New standard encyclopedia (1907)

by William A. Colledge, Nathan Haskell Dole, George Jotham Hagar

The American hazel (C. americana) very much resembles the European. The roots are used by cabinet Hazel ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1895)

The American hazel, C. Americana, is a bush, usually growing in dense thickets from which it excludes nearly all other vegetation. The beaked hazel is C. rostrata , the more northern of the American species. Impressions of leaves have been ...

Google previewWinston's Cumulative Encyclopedia (1914)

A Comprehensive Reference Book by Charles Morris

The American hazel \0. the Spanish portion rose, and formed americana) very much resembles the Eu- themselves into a republic under the name ropean. The roots are used by cabinet- of San Domingo (Republica Dominica), makers for ...

Google previewNew Cabinet Encyclopedia and Treasury of Knowledge (1895)

by Charles Annandale, Ainsworth Rand Spofford

The American hazel (t,'. ameri- cdna) very much resembles the European. The roots are used by cabinet-makers for veneering; and in Italy the chips are sometimes put into turbid wine for the purpose of fining it. Hazel-grouse (Bonasa bctulhin) ...

Google previewThe Rural Cyclopedia, Or A General Dictionary of Agriculture (1851)

And of the Arts, Sciences, Instruments, and Practice, Necessary to the Farmer, Stockfarmer, Gardener, Forester, Landsteward, Farrier, &c by John Marius Wilson

The American hazel, C. Americana, very much resembles the European, but is humbler in stature, and the calyx is larger than the included nut. The flavour of the kernel is, by many, preferred to the filbert, though we know of no attempts to ...

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