Definition of Coulter pine
: a tall pine (Pinus coulteri) of the southwestern U.S. with cones 9 to 15 inches long and consisting of stout sharp-pointed scales —called also big-cone pine
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Origin and Etymology of coulter pine
after Thomas Coulter †1843 Irish botanist
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