any of several coniferous trees of the genus Araucaria, of warm regions.
These are uniformly three times the natural size, except the section of araucaria imbricata, which is not increased in scale.
Trees of the Northern United States Austin C. Apgar
You ought to have a segoya here and over there an araucaria.
A Virgin Heart Remy de Gourmont
araucaria, or Norfolk Island Pine, is now sold in pots by florists as a window plant.
The Practical Garden-Book C. E. Hunn
araucaria imbricata, the only hardy species, is a very singular tree.
Botany for Ladies Jane Loudon
In this neighbourhood, the Araucanian pine (araucaria imbricata) is found, but very few of the trees grow near the sea.
Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty’s ships Adventure and Beagle, between the years 1826 and 1836 Robert FitzRoy
araucaria timber is said to be like good deal, but smoother and heavier.
Trees. A Woodland Notebook Herbert Maxwell
There, now the spray of araucaria, now the stick of camphor, and I think the lemon will fit right in among the nutmegs.
Gardens of the Caribbees, v. 2/2 Ida May Hill Starr
araucaria brasiliana, the Brazil pine, is a native of the mountains of southern Brazil, and was introduced into Britain in 1819.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 4 Various
araucaria, a genus of trees of the coniferous or pine order, indigenous to Australasia and South America.
The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 2 Various
There is a similar, but less perfectly preserved, araucaria grove at Bicton in Devonshire.
Wayside and Woodland Trees Edward Step
any tree of the coniferous genus Araucaria of South America, Australia, and Polynesia, such as the monkey puzzle and bunya-bunya
araunah agile; also called Ornan 1 Chr. 21:15, a Jebusite who dwelt in Jerusalem before it was taken by the Israelites. The destroying angel, sent to punish David for his vanity in taking a census of the people, was stayed in his work of destruction near a threshing-floor belonging to Araunah which was situated on […]
a member of an Indian people once widespread in the Antilles but now confined to northeastern South America. the language of the Arawaks. Historical Examples If the Arawak was impatient of control, the Carib was even more independent. The West Indies and the Spanish Main  James Rodway An Arawak term for house, referring specifically […]
a family of numerous and widely scattered languages spoken formerly from Florida to Chile but now only in South America. a member of a group of Indian peoples who spoke these languages. of or belonging to this language family or its speakers or to the . Historical Examples In the languages of this region there […]
the lord of Annwfn. Historical Examples They were the hounds of Arawn, a crowned king in the land of Annwn, the shadow-land of Hades. British Goblins Wirt Sikes It turned out that the stranger was Arawn, a king in Fairyland. Welsh Fairy Tales William Elliott Griffis After dinner, and the evening story telling were over, […]