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Douglas fir

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Douglas fir

noun Doug·las fir \ˌdə-gləs-\

: a very tall evergreen tree that grows in the western U.S.

Full Definition of DOUGLAS FIR

:  any of a genus (Pseudotsuga) of tall evergreen timber trees of the pine family having thick bark, pitchy wood, and pendulous cones; especially :  one (P. menziesii syn. P. taxifolia) chiefly of the western United States — see cone illustration

Origin of DOUGLAS FIR

David Douglas †1834 Scottish botanist
First Known Use: 1873

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