any tree of the genus Ulmus, as U. procera (English elm) characterized by the gradually spreading columnar manner of growth of its branches.
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the wood of such a tree.
any ulmaceous tree of the genus Ulmus, occurring in the N hemisphere, having serrated leaves and winged fruits (samaras): cultivated for shade, ornament, and timber
the hard heavy wood of this tree
Old English elm, from Proto-Germanic *elmaz (cf. Danish elm, Old Norse almr, Old High German elme), perhaps from PIE root *el- “red, brown” (see elk); cognate with Latin ulmus, Old Irish lem. German Ulme, Dutch olm are from or influenced by the Latin word.
A full-screen MUA for Unix, MS-DOS, MS Windows, and OS/2.
Usenet newsgroup: news:comp.mail.elm.
Hos. 4:13; rendered “terebinth” in the Revised Version. It is the Pistacia terebinthus of Linn., a tree common in Palestine, long-lived, and therefore often employed for landmarks and in designating places (Gen. 35:4; Judg. 6:11, 19. Rendered “oak” in both A.V. and R.V.). (See TEIL TREE.)
language The metalanguage used for interpretation of user actions in the ELMA compiler writer developed at Tallinn Poly Institute in 1978. (1996-03-20)
A Fortran extension, written at the Tallinn Poly Inst in 1978, used for lexical, syntactic and semantic sepecification in the ELMA compiler writer. This system was widely used in the Soviet Union, and produced an Ada to Diana compiler. (1994-12-08)
[el-muh n] /ˈɛl mən/ noun 1. Mischa [mee-shuh] /ˈmi ʃə/ (Show IPA), 1891–1967, U.S. violinist, born in Russia.
[el man-soo r-uh] /ˌɛl mænˈsʊər ə/ noun 1. a city in NE Egypt, in the Nile delta: scene of the defeat of the Crusaders 1250 and the capture of Louis IX by the Mamelukes. /ɛl mænˈsʊərə/ noun 1. a city in NE Egypt: scene of a battle (1250) in which the Crusaders were defeated by […]