from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One of several dwarf oaks of the southwestern United States, forming the largest element in ‘shinneries.’ That perhaps most properly so called is Quercus undulata (also called scrub-oak). Others are Q. gambelii and Q. breviloba (both also called white oak).
- n. The upland willow oak, Quercus cinerea.
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