a very viscid, blackish-brown liquid having an odor resembling that of turpentine, obtained by the destructive distillation of pine wood, used in paints, roofing, soaps, and, medicinally, for skin infections.
a brown or black semisolid or viscous substance, produced by the destructive distillation of pine wood, used in roofing compositions, paints, medicines, etc
pine tar n.
A viscous or semisolid brown-to-black substance produced by distillation of pine wood and used as an expectorant and antiseptic.
n. Old English pintreow; see pine (n.) + tree (n.).
noun 1. a silver coin minted in Massachusetts in the mid to late 17th century, named for the pine tree within a circle shown on the obverse side.
noun 1. Maine (used as a nickname).
[pahy-nee-tuh m] /paɪˈni təm/ noun, plural pineta [pahy-nee-tuh] /paɪˈni tə/ (Show IPA) 1. an arboretum of pines and coniferous trees. /paɪˈniːtəm/ noun (pl) -ta (-tə) 1. an area of land where pine trees and other conifers are grown