Amur cork tree
Definition of Amur cork tree
: a medium-sized tree (Phellodendron amurense) of eastern Asia that has pinnate leaves and pale, grayish brown, corky bark and is often grown as an ornamental and shade tree —called also Chinese cork tree
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Origin and Etymology of amur cork tree
from Amur river, northeastern Asia, where it grows
First Known Use: 1890
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