rain tree

rain tree
an ornamental tropical American tree (of uncertain taxonomy) having bipinnate leaves, globose clusters of flowers with crimson stamens, and sweet-pulp pods eaten by cattle

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  • rain tree — rain′ tree n. pln monkeypod • Etymology: 1875–80 …   From formal English to slang

  • rain tree — noun large ornamental tropical American tree with bipinnate leaves and globose clusters of flowers with crimson stamens and seed pods that are eaten by cattle • Syn: ↑saman, ↑monkeypod, ↑monkey pod, ↑zaman, ↑zamang, ↑Albizia saman • Hypernyms:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • rain tree — Zamang a*mang , n. (Bot.) An immense leguminous tree ({Pithecolobium Saman}) of Venezuela. Its branches form a hemispherical mass, often one hundred and eighty feet across. The sweet pulpy pods are used commonly for feeding cattle. Also called… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • rain tree — noun a large tropical American tree with grooved bark, widely planted as a street tree. [Albizia saman.] …   English new terms dictionary

  • rain tree — noun Date: circa 1890 monkeypod …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • rain tree — monkeypod. [1875 80] * * * …   Universalium

  • Rain tree — Pithecellobium (E); Samanea (E) …   EthnoBotanical Dictionary

  • rain tree —    Ōhai …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

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