Definition of overcup oak
: any of several oaks (as the bur oak) having the acorn deeply immersed in the cup; especially : a timber tree (Quercus lyrata) of the southern U.S. that has pale scaly bark and lyrate leaves
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Origin and Etymology of overcup oak
overcup from 3over + cup, noun
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