Bartram oak

noun Bar·tram oak \ˈbär‧trəm-\

Definition of Bartram oak

  1. :  an oak (Quercus heterophylla) of the eastern U.S. usually considered a natural hybrid between the northern red oak and the willow oak

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Origin and Etymology of bartram oak

after John Bartram †1777 American botanist

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capable of being understood in two ways

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