a U.S. military decoration in the form of a small bronze twig bearing four oak leaves and three acorns, worn on the ribbon of another decoration for valor, wounds, or distinguished service to signify a second award of the same medal.
- Oak-leaf hydrangea
[ohk-leef] /ˈoʊkˌlif/ noun 1. a shrub, Hydrangea quercifolia, of the southeastern U.S., having lobed leaves and pyramidal clusters of white flowers.
noun, Mycology. 1. a thick sheet of mycelium occurring in decayed oak wood.
- Oak-leaved geranium
[ohk-leevd] /ˈoʊkˌlivd/ noun 1. a geranium, Pelargonium quercifolium, of southern Africa, having oaklike leaves with purple veins and sparse clusters of purple flowers with darker markings.
language A portable object-oriented Scheme by K. Lang and Barak Perlmutter of Yale. Oaklisp uses a superset of Scheme syntax. It is based on generic operations rather than functions, and features anonymous classes, multiple inheritance, a strong error system, setters and locators for operations and a facility for dynamic binding. Version 1.2 includes an interface, […]