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Meanings of "tree" in Spanish English Dictionary : 29 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
General
tree arbóreo [adj]
tree arbórea [adj/f]
tree árbol [m]
tree árbor [m] disused
tree barzón [m]
tree enarbolar [v]
tree fuste [m]
tree palo [m]
tree palito [m]
tree palo [m] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA DO PR CO VE
tree arbori- [pref]
tree abalá MX:Se GT
tree horma (de zapatos) [f]
tree leño [m]
tree arzón [m]
Colloquial
tree palo [m] SV
Engineering
tree ramificación [f]
tree puntal [m]
Informatics
tree árbol [m]
Chemistry
tree apea [f]
Geology
tree madero [m]
Aeronautics
tree red no mallada
Mining
tree apea [f]
tree apea [f]
Energy
tree esquema ramificado
Botany
tree abala [f] GT
tree abala [m] GT
tree abalá MX GT
Production
tree apea [f]

Meanings of "tree" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
beech tree haya [f]
palm (tropical tree) palmera [f]
palm (tree) palma [f]
the bark of a tree corteza [f]
mastic tree mata [f]
palm tree palmera [f]
orange tree naranjo [m]
trunk (of a tree) tronco [m]
chaste tree sauzgatillo [m]
rubber tree or plant caucho [m]
apple tree manzano [m]
peach tree melocotonero [m]
olive tree olivo [m]
elm tree olmo [m]
pear tree peral [m]
almond tree almendro [m]
maple tree arce [m]
family tree árbol genealógico [n]
christmas tree árbol de navidad
General
walnut tree noguera [f]
fig tree higuera [f]
olive tree oliva [f]
rubber tree siringa [f] PE BO AR
lime tree tila [f]
monkey-puzzle tree araucaria [f]
banana tree banana [f]
family tree genealogía [f]
mulberry tree morera [f]
limb (of a tree) rama [f]
tree-covered arbolado [adj]
tree-lined arbolado [adj]
tree-like arbóreo [adj]
tree-shaped arbóreo [adj]
fir tree abeto [m]
coffee tree cafeto [m]
walnut tree nogal [m]
oak tree roble [m]
rose tree rosal [m]
holly tree acebo [m]
wild olive tree acebuche [m]
olive tree aceituno [m]
cinnamon tree canelo [m]
dragon tree drago [m]
peach tree durazno [m]
papaya tree papayo [m]
avocado pear tree aguacate [m]
avocado tree aguacatero [m]
cherry tree cerezo [m]
apricot tree albaricoquero [m]
cork tree alcornoque [m]
larch tree alerce [m]
carob tree algarrobo [m]
locust tree algarrobo [m]
alder tree aliso [m]
cherimoya tree [us] chirimoyo [m]
cypress (tree) ciprés [m]
cashew tree anacardo [m]
jacaranda tree jacarandá [m]
banana tree plátano [m]
plane (tree) plátano [m]
lime tree tilo [m]
lime (tree) limero [m]
lemon tree limonero [m]
calabash tree totumo [m] AMER
mandarin (orange) tree mandarino [m]
tulip-tree tulipanero [m]
tulip-tree tulipero [m]
ash (tree) fresno [m]
fruit tree frutal [m]
banana tree bananero [m]
banana tree banano [m]
peach tree melocotón [m]
saddle tree fuste [m]
tree nursery vivero [m]
rubber tree gomero [m]
orange tree naranjero [m]
tree-covered arbolada [adj/f]
tree-lined arbolada [adj/f]
tree-like arbórea [adj/f]
tree-shaped arbórea [adj/f]
tree-dwelling arborícola [adj/f]
pecan tree pacana [f]
palm (tree) palmera [f]
lime tree limero [m]
apricot tree damasco [m]
quince tree membrillo [m]
ash tree fresno [m]
mulberry tree moral [m]
tree-lined promenade alameda [f]
henna tree alcana (árabe) [f]
first fruit of a fig tree breva [f]
resin of a palo santo tree caraña [f]
fall to the ground around the fruit tree acolchonarse [v] CU
brace tree branches ahorquillar [v]
grow into a tree arbolecer [v]
grow into a tree arborecer [v]
tree-dwelling arborícola [adj]
apricot tree albergero [m] ES local
camphor tree alcanforero [m]
hollow by the foot of a tree for watering alcorque (árabe) [m]
larch tree alerce (árabe) [m]
family tree árbol de costados [m]
wax tree árbol de la cera [m]
tree of life árbol de la ciencia del bien y del mal [m]
tree of life árbol de la vida [m]
christmas tree árbol de navidad [m]
seed tree árbol de pie [m]
family tree árbol genealógico [m]
seed tree árbol padre [m]
tree branch to catch birds arbolillo [m] AL
strip of banana tree bark arique [m] ES local
saddle tree arzón [m]
gum of the storax-tree azúmbar (árabe) [m]
wood of the bur tree bancal [m]
saddle tree barzón [m]
dry tree trunk cachopo [m]
hollow tree cachopo [m]
gum or resin of a tree cáncamo [m]
cinnamon tree plantation canelar [m]
saddle-tree casco [m]
linden tree tila [f]
mulberry tree moral [f]
linden tree teja [f]
white mulberry tree morera [f]
palm tree palma [f]
shoe tree horma [f]
silk-cotton tree bonga [f] CO
mexican hand tree manita [f]
branch of a tree rama [f]
soursop tree yaca [f]
pumpwood tree yagruma [f]
bark of a tree corteza [f]
rubber tree hevea [f]
stump (of a tree) cepa [f]
ornament with christmas tree ball shape chimbomba [f] SV
crown (hat/tree) copa [f]
a conifer tree from south america araucaria [f]
(tree) bark corteza [f]
a tropical tree up to 4 m in height, with strong smelling whitish flowers and fruit like an apple anón [f] US PA CU PR CO VE
laurel-like tree baniba  [f] VE
container made from the gourd-like fruit of the calabash tree for domestic use totuma  [f] HN NI PA PR CU CO VE BO EC PE
gourd-like fruit of the totumo tree tapara  [f] VE
tree to 25 m with durable and flexible wood used to weapons and construction macanilla [f] CO VE
tree to 25 m with durable and flexible wood used to weapons and construction macana  [f] CO VE
starchy extract from seeds of chigo tree chiga  [f] VE
tall tree to 40 m with heavy wood and edible fruits that produces latex balatá [f]
tall tree to 40 m with heavy wood and edible fruits that produces latex balatá [f] CO PE BO VE
fruit of paraparo tree parapara  [f] VE
fork (tree/road) horqueta [f]
cassia or golden shower tree cañafístola [f] CR CO VE
slender palm tree mapora  [f] CAM CO VE
cow-tree balata [f]
cow-tree balatá [f] CO PE BO VE
globular fruit of the pichagüero or calabash tree pichagua [f]
container made of a hollowed out tree trunk and used for washing dishes or to serve water to animals artesa [f] HN NI
mound of earth around a plant or tree aporca [f] CL rare
mound of earth around a plant or tree aporca [f] HN CR rur.
mound of earth around a plant or tree aporca [f] MX SV
hill around a plant or tree aporca [f] CL rare
hill around a plant or tree aporca [f] HN CR rur.
mound of soil around the base of a tree or plant aporcada [f] SV NI
hill around a plant or tree aporca [f] MX SV
star fruit and carambolo tree averea [f] HN
intertwined coffee tree branches that are full of berries bandola [f] PR
section of a coffee tree branch bandola [f] CR
a leaf of the pine tree aguja de pino [f] HN
a palm tree reaching up to 114 feet in height with abundant edible fruit palma real [f] CO:Se PE
a guasima tree bark (guazuma ulmifolia) water infusion known for its medicinal properties agua de guásimo [f] VE
the flower of the banana tree bellota [f] MX HN
buttercup tree berbería [f] MX HN
yellow colored substance extracted from the buttercup tree berbería [f] MX HN
tree trunk basa [f] CL rare
wood of the caimoní tree camagua [f] CU
pod of seeds of the carob tree cajeta [f] CU rur.
the transverse section of a log, on whose surface there are a series of rings that indicate roughly the age of the cut tree baga [f] CR
a swarm of hymenoptera that damages a coffee tree baba blanca [f] MX
buttercup tree wood botija [f] CU
saddle tree cabezada [f] NI CO EC BO PY AR UY rur.
oil extracted from the diesel tree (used to treat the umbilical cord of a newborn) cabima [f] PA
the wood obtained from the baitoa tree baitoa [f] DO
remove certain sprouts and shoots from a plant/tree deshija [f] CR CO rur.
removal of certain shoots and sprouts from a plant/tree deshijada [f] HN NI
season in which certain shoots and sprouts are removed from a plant/tree deshija [f] CR
task involving gathering and burning the tree trunks and branches on a plot of land that has been cleared descoivarada [f] AR:Ne rur.
flower of the coral tree or flame tree cuchillita [f] CR
indigenous boat made from a single tree trunk that is hollowed out using an ax and fire curiara [f] CO:E VE
tallest part or summit of a hill, tree, or roof curumba [f] PA
lower part of banana leaves that form the shaft of the tree chanta [f] EC:E
big, reddish leaf that surrounds the seed head of the banana tree chuspa [f] SV rur.
machete with a long handle and curved blade used to trim the banana tree chuza [f] HN:N
instrument used to trim banana tree leaves chuza [f] CR
shade tree chichigua [f] MX
rubber tree plantation chiclería [f] MX GT
instrument used to trim banana tree leaves esbajeradora [f] CR
oval basket made of cord or tree bark with wooden mouth chigua [f] CL AR:Nw
balsam tree resin chirraca [f] NI CR
fiber covering the trunk of a coconut tree between the palm fronds and the bunches estera [f] PR
fibrous bark of the banana tree estera [f] PR
fibrous bark of the banana tree estopa [f] PR
fiber covering the trunk of a coconut tree between the palm fronds and the bunches estopa [f] PR
fruit of the cashew tree castaña de cajú [f] CL AR UY
large hole for pouring a foundation, planting a tree, or installing drainage pipes cepa [f] MX
peduncule of the cashew tree castaña [f] PR rur.
rubber tree plantation cauchera [f] EC rur.
rubber tree plantation cauchería [f] CO
large and wide wooden pod of the palm tree canoa [f] CL
suspension bridge made with tree trunks garita [f] VE:W rur.
exposed tree root bamba [f] CR:C,S EC
tree trunk slice galleta [f] CR
tree trunk disk galleta [f] CR
exposed tree root gamba (italiano) [f] GT NI CR PA
resinous wood from a pine tree used to start fires cuaba [f] DO
oil extracted from the trunk of the copaiba tree copaiba [f] PA DO PR VE AR:Nw
hollow formed by the lower part of a large tree between the trunk and the roots concaverna [f] HN
lower part of a tree where the trunk starts and the roots are comba [f] HN
amount of liquid that fits in a vessel made of dried fruit of the calabash tree huacalada [f] HN SV CR
crock and other kitchen utensils made with the dry hull of the fruit of the calabash tree higüera [f] DO PR
crock and other kitchen utensils made with the dry hull of the fruit of the calabash tree higuera [f] DO
crock and other kitchen utensils made with the dry hull of the fruit of the calabash tree jigüera [f] DO PR
crockery and other kitchen utensils made with the dry hull of the calabash tree higuera [f] DO
edible sprout of the prickly palm tree güiscoyol [f] SV CR
fibrous bark of the banana tree estera [f] PR
fibrous bark of the banana tree estopa [f] PR
bark of the pine tree corteza del pino [f]
coffee tree disease caused by a fungus that causes very small brown spots mancha de hierro [f] GT HN NI VE
tree sap miel de palo [f] NI PA
old coffee tree root ñonga [f] CR rur.
tree fork palca [f] BO AR:Nw
white fluff of the silk floss tree paina [f] AR
incision in the truck of a rubber tree to extract latex pica [f] GT EC BO:E,N
incision in the truck of a rubber tree to extract latex pica [f] EC
wood of the bead tree pionía [f] PR
seed of the bead tree pionía [f] PR
sprout of the mocambo tree pepa [f] HN rur.
dried tree branch percha [f] HN
shelter made of tree branches ramada [f] HN SV NI CO VE EC PE BO:E CL AR
v-shaped plow made of a tree branch pulled by oxen rastra [f] CU rur.
fruit left on the tree rezaga [f] PR rur.
large tree trunk rola [f] VE
tree felling rocería [f] CO
red liquid extracted from the bark of dragon's blood tree, used as a disinfectant sangre de grado [f] PE
latex from the rubber tree shiringa [f] PE BO
tree trunk ready to be cut tuca [f] NI CR PA
dried gourd container made of the fruit of the calabash tree tutuma [f] CL disused
dried gourd container made of the fruit of the calabash tree tutuma [f] DO PR VE PE BO
dried gourd container made of the fruit of the calabash tree tutuma [f] CL disused
dried gourd container made of the fruit of the calabash tree tutuma [f] DO PR VE PE BO
dried gourd container made of the fruit of the calabash tree tutuma [f] CL disused
dried gourd container made of the fruit of the calabash tree tutuma [f] DO PR VE PE BO
fruit of the calabash tree tapara [f] VE
soil around the base of a tree taza [f] CL
climb (tree) trepar [v]
prune a tree acotar [v]
bend (tree) doblarse [v]
climb a tree trepar a árbol [v]
plant a tree sembrar un árbol [v]
bark up the wrong tree ir desencaminado [v]
plant a pine tree plantar un pino [v]
climb the tree trepar por el árbol [v]
climb a tree trepar a un árbol [v]
collect latex from the rubber tree cauchar [v] ANS
lit up like a christmas tree achispolarse [v] CR:Nw
cover the ground around the trunk of a tree (fallen fruits) acolchonar [v] PA CU DO
cover the ground around the trunk of a tree with fallen fruits acolchonarse [v] PA CU DO
open (frond of palm tree) rayar [v]
rise upwards (road/tower/tree) empinarse [v]
become covered by quintrals, pertaining to a tree or bush aquintralarse [v] CL
become covered with parasitic plants (tree/bush) aquintralarse [v] CL
mound of earth around a plant or tree aporcar [v] NI PR rur.
hill around a plant or tree aporcar [v] NI PR rur.
tie the rope to the tree of the saddle when lassoing to secure the animal arcionar [v] CO
push somebody by force against something (generally a wall or a tree) atestar [v] DO
push somebody by force against something (generally a wall or a tree) atesterar [v] DO
tie an animal to the trunk of a tree atroncar [v] DO
make a ring in the bark of a tree to dry it anillar [v] HN
saw a circle around a tree trunk to stop the flow of sap acerar [v] CU
extract the resin from a tree deslechar [v] PR
remove the bark from a tree desconchar [v] HN
trim the branches of a tree to stimulate growth desmorrar [v] MX:Se rur.
remove all seeds from a tree desnudar [v] PR rur.
cut the crown of a tree descopetar [v] CR rur.
cut some of the highest branches of a tree to allow the sun to shine through descuajar [v] CR rur.
clean a riverbed of branches and tree trunks despalotar [v] MX:Se rur.
removal of certain shoots and sprouts from a plant/tree despampane [v] CU
cut branches of a tree derramar [v] CR
cut some of the highest branches of a tree to allow the sun to shine through descumbrar [v] CR rur.
pull up a tree from it's roots desenraizar [v] MX GT HN SV NI DO CO VE BO AR
prune a tree derramar [v] CR
remove the superfluous branches of the coffee tree desbandolar [v] CR rur.
split tree trunks desguapar [v] NI rur.
clean a plot of land of branches and tree trunks despalotar [v] MX:Se rur.
remove certain superfluous sprouts and shoots from a plant/tree deshijar [v] CU PR rur.
remove certain superfluous sprouts and shoots from a plant/tree deshijar [v] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA PR CO VE AR:Nw
extract the sap from a tree deslechar [v] PR
gather and burn the tree trunks and branches on a plot of land that has been cleared descoivarar [v] AR:Ne rur.
cut all of the branches off a tree desmochar [v] CR CL rur.
cut the tap root of a coffee tree capar [v] CR
obtain cuttings from a plant or tree chilpir [v] EC:S rur.
bloom (plant or tree) florear [v] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO CO VE EC BO CL UY
cut the tall branches of a tree to allow sunlight through escumbrar [v] PR
cut the tall branches of a tree to allow sunlight through escumbrar [v] CR rur.
dry out on the tree due to excessive heat (fruit) esmirlarse [v] PR rur.
flower (plant or tree) florear [v] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO CO VE EC BO CL UY
fall to the ground, especially fruit from a tree gotear [v] CU DO PR
bloom (coffee tree) cuajar [v] PR rur.
make vessels of dried fruit of the calabash tree huacalear [v] HN SV
girdle a tree encollarar [v] HN rur.
remove the leaves and small branches from larger branches pruned from a tree despuntar [v] AR NI CR CL rur.
prune a tree desramar [v] NI CR BO
remove a tree stump destoconar [v] PR
remove tree trunks from a plot of land destroncar [v] HN NI CR VE PE BO CL PY AR UY
remove tree trunks from a plot of land destruncar [v] HN
become stuck in the fork of a tree enjorquetarse [v] CR
remove a tree stump estoconar [v] PR
pull out a tree stump destoconar [v] PR
pull out a tree stump estoconar [v] PR
collect the fruit of the nance tree nancear [v] MX GT HN SV NI PA rur.
cut a tree to extract latex picar [v] MX:Se GT EC BO:E rur.
perch on a dried tree branch perchar [v] HN cult
trim a fruit tree on san juan's day sanjuanear [v] HN rur.
make incisions in the syringa tree bark to extract latex tajear [v] BO:E,N
that gives fruit in abundance every two years (tree) añero [adj] CL
doddered (tree) pelado [adj]
doddered (tree) sin ramas [adj]
with some of the highest branches cut (a tree) descuajado [adj] CR rur.
with some of the highest branches cut (a tree) descumbrado [adj] CR rur.
stripped of its leaves (palm tree) descocotado [adj] CU
having all of the branches cut (tree) desmochado [adj] CR rur.
pertaining to rubber tree production gomero [adj] CO PE BO
fallen from the tree ripe (fruit) goteado [adj] CU
with very prominent roots (tree) gambudo [adj] NI
full of flowers or fruit (tree or bush) copado [adj] NI CU rur.
thick and extensive crowned (tree) coposo [adj] NI CR CO:W EC BO
cleared of tree trunks destroncado [adj] CR rur.
flame tree malinche [m] HN NI
family tree arbol genealógico [m]
coral tree zompantle [m]
elder (tree) saúco [m]
custard apple tree chirimoyo [m]
winter's bark tree canelo [m]
european nettle tree aligonero [m]
coral tree colorín [m]
lemon tree limón [m]
palm (tree) cocotero [m]
peach tree durazno [m] LAM
peach tree duraznero [m] LAM
avocado (tree) palto [m] CL AR
rubber tree hule [m] MX
rubber tree jebe [m] LAM
cacao tree cacaotero [m] MX
silk-cotton tree pochote [m] MX
tree tomato tomate de árbol [m]
tree trunk tronco [m]
young tree saviolo [m]
young tree pimpollo [m]
christmas tree árbol de navidad [m]
binary tree árbol binario [m]
family tree árbol genealógico [m]
joshua tree árbol de josué [m]
judas tree ciclamor [m]
judas tree árbol del amor [m]
judas tree algarrobo loco [m]
judas tree árbol de judas [m]
young tree virgulto [m]
young tree arborelo [m]
chaste tree agnocasto [m]
sour cherry tree guindo [m]
soursop tree guanábano [m]
plum tree ciruelo [m]
alder tree plantation alisar [m]
pomegranate tree granado [m]
amate tree amate [m]
strawberry tree madroño [m]
pumpwood tree yarumo [m]
quebracho tree quebracho [m]
avocado tree aguacate [m]
hazel tree avellano [m]
tree branch gajo [m]
tree that bears carambola carambolo [m]
tree well alcorque [m]
saddle tree casco [m]
trunk (tree trunk) tronco [m]
cacao tree cacao [m]
calabash tree guacal [m]
judas tree arjorán [m]
wood of larch tree alerce [m]
fruit of the strawberry tree madroño [m]
box (tree) boj [m]
cedar (tree) cedro [m]
tree grating alcorque [m]
ebony tree ebanuz [m] rare
sandarac tree arar [m]
pawpaw tree papayo [m]
papaya tree papayo [m]
a small tree achotillo [m] MX GT HN SV CR
a kind of tree achotillo [m] EC
wrap made with the bark of the banana tree to cover non-refined sugar agaje [m] VE
wood from the caryocar tree achotillo [m] EC
a tropical tree achiotillo [m] EC
wood of the achiotillo tree achiotillo [m] EC
wood of the black carob tree algarrobo negro [m] UY
yaba tree almendro de montana [m] CR PA
almond tree almendrón [m] CO VE
tropical tree up to 4 m in height, with strong smelling whitish flowers and fruit like an apple anón [m] US MX PA CU PR CO VE
mango tree mango [m]
deciduous tree to 20 m height, corky bark and yellow fruits of cherry-like flavor jobo montañero [m]
calabash tree taparo [m] VE
a tropical tree to 5 m in height pichagüero [m] VE
stump of broken tree limb gancho [m]
tree up to 7 m in height used for lumber with strong roots that stabilize river banks caramacate [m] VE
seeds from the capacho tree used as rattles in maracas capacho [m] VE
signature evergreen tree of the plains saladillo [m] VE
calabash tree pichagüero [m] VE
saddle tree arzón [m]
brazil nut tree árbol de la nuez del brasil [m]
bread tree árbol del pan [m]
breadfruit tree fruto del árbol del pan [m]
bread tree frutipan [m]
a shrub or small tree originating from the tropical region of the americas achiote [m] MX CAR EC
strip of fiber from the trunk of the palm tree used for many purposes arique [m] CU
christmas tree arbolito [m] PA DO EC AR UY
mound of soil around the base of a tree or plant aporco [m] MX SV rare
mound of soil around the base of a tree or plant aporco [m] HN NI CR
mound of soil around the base of a tree or plant aporque [m] MX HN CU CO EC PE BO
edible oil extracted from the fruit pulp of the coconut tree used for frying aceite de coco [m] GT HN SV NI CR PA DO PR VE EC
evergreen tree native to mexico and central america atzapote (del nahuátl) [m] MX HN
pink shower tree bakut (voz maya) [m] GT
fruit of the pink shower tree bakut (voz maya) [m] GT
type of a palm tree ballí [m] MX
type of a palm tree ballil [m] MX
fan made from palm tree buds (used to fan a wood fire) báquitú [m] BO
larger shoot of a banana tree (which will replace the one in production) banderillero [m] HN
bodhi tree árbol bodhi [m]
bonsai tree árbol bonsai [m]
bo tree árbol de bodhi [m]
bent-tree árbol doblado [m]
big tree árbol grande [m]
bay tree laurel [m]
bay-tree laurel [m]
chinin (fruit and tree) aguacamico [m] SV
slight break of a tree branch allowing it to sprout before the fold agobio [m] rur.
an evergreen tree that grows to 50 feet, native to the peruvian andes (schinus molle) aguaribay [m] AR UY
an evergreen tree that grows to 50 feet, native to the peruvian andes (schinus molle) aguaribá [m] AR UY
aguacatillo tree aguacate cimarrón [m] PR
aguacatillo tree aguacatillo [m] PR
wood of the aguacatillo tree aguacate cimarrón [m] PR
aguacatillo tree aguacate de monte [m] EC
wood of the aguacatillo tree aguacate de monte [m] EC
chinin tree aguacate de monte [m] HN
avocado tree palto [m] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR VE PY
fruit of the chinin tree aguacate de monte [m] HN
avocado tree aguacatero [m] DO PR VE
a tree reaching up to 100 feet aguacatón [m] CR PA
the wood of the aguacatillo tree aguacatillo [m] CR EC
avocado tree curo [m] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR VE PY
a palm tree reaching up to 114 feet in height with abundant edible fruit moriche [m] CO:Se PE
an evergreen tree that grows to 50 feet, native to the peruvian andes (schinus molle) pirul [m] PE
the wood of the aguacatillo tree aguacate de monte [m] CR EC
avocado tree aguacatero [m] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR VE PY
kiskadee tree quisquidí [m]
boxwood tree boje [m] CU PR
kiskadee tree bienteveo [m] HN
western soapberry tree (sapindus saponaria) boliche [m] PE
wingleaf soapberry tree boliche [m] PE
mexican magnolia tree cadongo [m] PA
mexican magnolia tree cadongo [m] PA
panama tree grove camalotal [m] MX HN NI
panama tree grove camalotal [m] CU DO BO PY AR UY
group of caimito tree fruit caimital [m] CU DO PR rur.
harvesting herbs around the trunk of a tree cajeteado [m] GT
búcaro tree cámbulo [m] CO
cashew tree cajuilito [m] DO PR EC
cashew tree cajuil [m] DO PR EC BO
cashew tree cajuilito [m] DO PR EC
type of cashew tree whose fruit is small and with less flavor cajuilito Solimán [m] PR
vase made with the fruit of the fig tree calabazo [m] DO PR CO
cabbage tree almendro de montana [m] CR PA
bastard cabbage tree almendro de montana [m] CR PA
jamaica cabbage tree almendro de montana [m] CR PA
mound of soil around the base of a tree or plant aporca [m] MX SV HN CR CL rare
mound of soil around the base of a tree or plant aporcada [m] SV NI
hill around a plant or tree aterrar [m] HN PR rur.
yellow cabbage tree almendro de montana [m] CR PA
mound of earth around a plant or tree aterrar [m] HN PR rur.
deep cut made in the trunk of a tree bocado [m] PR
coconut tree lethal disease amarillamiento [m] HN SV
chilean pepper tree huingán [m] CL AR:S
paper made from fig tree bark amate [m] MX
painting made on paper made from fig tree bark amate [m] MX
tree branch that sprouts easily brotón [m] GT HN SV rur.
christmas tree ornament bombillo [m] EC
bass drum built with the trunk of a hollowed tree and leather membranes bombo legüero [m] CL AR
system for drying a tree anillamiento [m] HN
pith of the brazilian resin tree used to carve decorative figures anime [m] VE:W
rustic canoe made from a hollowed out tree trunk cachiveo [m] AR disused
rustic canoe made from a hollowed out tree trunk cachiveo [m] PY disused
a species of flowering tree in the borage family, boraginaceae, native to the american tropics (cordia alliodora) canalete [m] CO
ebony-tree árbol de ébano [m]
ebony-tree abenuz [m]
removal of the bark from a tree desconche [m] HN VE