either of two parasitic or saprophytic plants of the genus Monotropa, especially the tawny or reddish M. hypopithys (false beechdrops) of eastern North America.
noun 1. a small, North American finch, Carduelis pinus, of coniferous forests, having yellow markings on the wings and tail.
noun 1. any of several subspecies of bullsnake of the eastern and southeastern U.S., chiefly in pine woods: now threatened.
noun, Chiefly Southern U.S. 1. fallen pine needles.
noun 1. 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. noun 1. a brown or black semisolid or viscous substance, produced by the destructive distillation of pine wood, used in roofing compositions, paints, […]
n. Old English pintreow; see pine (n.) + tree (n.).