The fruit of the oak, being an oval nut growing in a woody cup or cupule.
The fruit of an oak; A one-seed nut fixed in a woody cup.
A turning that resembles the acorn (fruit of the oak tree). It was used as a finial, drop pendant, or furniture foot in the Jacobean furniture of early 17th Century England.
Fruit of the species of Quercus, i.e., a nut associated with a variously scaly cupule. Example 1, Example 2, Example 3, Example 4
fruit of the oak tree: a smooth thin-walled nut in a woody cup-shaped base
an oak at a certain age
an oak but it's not the adult form
an oak just as a mature oak tree is an oak, both are oaks but they are at different stages of development
a nut destined to become a mighty oak tree
a nut that has a little cap-looking structure on the top
a true nut, basically a single-seeded fruit surrounded by a hard shell
The nutlike fruit of oaks.
The ornamental work on table legs, bedposts, and chairs. The term is most commonly applied to Jacobean furniture.
Fruit from an oak tree (nut).
All species of oak produce edible acorns, but those...
a type of nut that is poisonous to horses in large amounts
Nut of the oak tree; an Apache cooking staple.
the fruit of an oak, not including the cup or peduncle. The nut of an oak.
The fruit of oaks, a thick walled nut with a woody cup-like base.
Dreaming of acorns predicts pleasant things & that much gain is to be expected. For a woman to dream of eating acorns denotes that she will rise to a position of ease & pleasure. To dream of shaking acorns from a tree means that you will rapidly attain your wishes in business or love.
The nutlike fruit of Oak's.
An acorn-shaped wood turned ornament common in Jacobean furniture as finials on chair and bedposts, as pendants and profiles of table leg turnings.
Turned ornament resembling an acorn; common in Jacobean furniture as finials on chair posts and bedposts, as pendants and as the profile of leg turnings in Jacobean tables.
Fruit of the oak tree. This nut may be eaten raw, roasted, or baked. It can be chopped to the size of coffee beans, roasted until brown, ground, mixed with a small amount of butter, and prepared as a coffee substitute.
type of fruit associated with Oaks (Quercus spp.) that is a nut partially or fully surrounded by a cup-like structure
The acorn is the fruit of the oak tree (genera Quercus, Lithocarpus and Cyclobalanopsis, in the family Fagaceae). It is a nut, containing a single seed (rarely two seeds), enclosed in a tough, leathery shell, and borne in a cup-shaped cupule. Acorns vary from 1â€“6 cm long and 0.8â€“4 cm broad.