Callitris

noun Cal·li·tris \ˈkalə‧trə̇s\

Definition of Callitris

  1. :  a genus of evergreen, coniferous trees of the cypress family (Cupressaceae) of Australia and New Caledonia that have small, scalelike leaves and soft, aromatic wood

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Origin and Etymology of callitris

New Latin, irregular from calli-


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