Abele



the white poplar tree, Populus alba.
Historical Examples

The abele is more common in Scotland than in England, and many large trees might be mentioned in the North.
Trees. A Woodland Notebook Herbert Maxwell

I ought to add, that there is a “tramelogedia” of Alfieri, called “abele.”
The Works of Lord Byron Lord Byron

The abele, or silver poplar, is an especial favorite for this purpose.
Among the Trees at Elmridge Ella Rodman Church

Page 127, orbele poplar: possibly error or variant spelling of abele poplar (white poplar).
Every Boy’s Book: A Complete Encyclopdia of Sports and Amusements Various

noun
another name for white poplar

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