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grove

noun \ˈgrōv\

: a small group of trees; especially : a group of trees that produce fruit or nuts

Full Definition of GROVE

1
:  a small wood without underbrush <a picnic grove>
2
:  a planting of fruit or nut trees

Origin of GROVE

Middle English, from Old English grāf
First Known Use: before 12th century

Other Ecology Terms

Malthusian, anthropogenic, biomass, carbon footprint, crepuscular, niche, sere, symbiosis, taiga, tundra

Rhymes with GROVE

Grove

biographical name \ˈgrōv\

Definition of GROVE

Sir George 1820–1900 Eng. musicologist
GROVE Defined for Kids

grove

noun \ˈgrōv\

Definition of GROVE for Kids

:  a small forest or group of planted trees

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