noun \ˈlärch\

: a type of tree that is related to the pines and that drops its needles in the winter

Full Definition of LARCH

:  any of a genus (Larix) of northern hemisphere trees of the pine family with short fascicled deciduous leaves; also :  the wood of a larch

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Origin of LARCH

probably from German Lärche, from Middle High German lerche, from Latin laric-, larix
First Known Use: 1548

Rhymes with LARCH


geographical name \ˈlärch\

Definition of LARCH

river 270 miles (434 kilometers) Canada in W Quebec flowing NE to unite with the Caniapiskau forming Koksoak River


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