a spruce, Picea sitchensis, of western North America, having long, silvery-white needles, grown as an ornamental.
the soft, pale-brown wood of this tree, used for making furniture and in the construction of houses.
a tall North American spruce tree, Picea sitchensis, having yellowish-green needle-like leaves: yields valuable timber
strife, the second of the two wells dug by Isaac, whose servants here contended with the Philistines (Gen. 26:21). It has been identified with the modern Shutneh, in the valley of Gerar, to the west of Rehoboth, about 20 miles south of Beersheba.
1. a combining form meaning “grain,” “food,” used in the formation of compound words: sitomania; sitosterol. sito- pref. Grain; food: sitotoxin.
noun 1. the branch of medicine dealing with nutrition and dietetics. noun 1. the scientific study of food, diet, and nutrition
noun, Pathology. 1. abnormal craving for food. sitomania si·to·ma·ni·a (sī’tə-mā’nē-ə, -mān’yə) n. An abnormal craving for food.