from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of large coniferous timber-trees, represented in the eastern United States by the white cedar (C. sphæroidea), on the Pacific coast by the yellow or Sitka cypress (C. Nutkaensis) and the Port Orford cedar (C. Lawsoniana), and by four or five species in Japan and eastern Asia.


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