an evergreen shrub, Mahonia aquifolium, of the barberry family, of the western coast of the U.S., having small blue berries and yellow flowers that are the state flower of Oregon.
the berry itself.
an evergreen berberidaceous shrub, Mahonia aquifolium, of NW North America, having yellow fragrant flowers and small blue edible berries
the berry of this shrub
noun 1. . [big-leef] /ˈbɪgˌlif/ noun 1. a tree, Acer macrophyllum, of western North America, having large, deeply lobed and fragrant yellow flowers in drooping clusters.
noun 1. (def 2). noun 1. Also called bay tree. a tree, Umbellularia californica, of the laurel family, native to the western coast of the U.S., having aromatic leaves and umbels of yellowish-green flowers. 2. the hard, golden-brown wood of this tree, used for making furniture and decorative objects.
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noun 1. a route used during the U.S. westward migrations, especially in the period from 1840 to 1860, starting in Missouri and ending in Oregon. About 2000 miles (3200 km) long. noun 1. an early pioneering route across the central US, from Independence, W Missouri, to the Columbia River country of N Oregon: used chiefly […]