A bulky piece of wood which has not been shaped by hewing or sawing.
A piece of the woody stem (trunk or limb) of a tree. The trunk portion of a tree.
A segment sawed or split from a felled tree.
Any section of the bole, or of the thicker branches, of a felled tree after limbing and bucking.
1. To cut and deliver logs. 2. A tree segment suitable for lumber and other products, typically 8 or more ft long.
1. Any record of progress or occurrences. 2. A section of the trunk or a large branch of a felled tree, which can be used in building or for firewood.
a segment of the trunk of a tree when stripped of branches
cut lumber, as in woods and forests
A piece of the woody portion of the tree. Also to harvest an area.
a section of the main stem of a tree, varying in length and minimum diameters according to local market standards, that is usually sawn into lumber. As a verb, log refers to the process of harvesting, extracting, and transporting logs to a mill.
Veneer or sawable part of a tree.
The stem of a tree after it has been felled. The raw material from which lumber and other wood products are processed.
The section of a tree that can be sawn or used for veneer.
felled trees bucked into convenient length of at least 1.5 meters, with at least 15 cm. in diameter. It may either be poles, piles, pulpwood, sawlog or veneer log. (Forest Management Bureau)
A felled tree that has been trimmed. Forestry Victoria
construction A form of timber construction in which walls are made of tree trunks (or logs planed down to create flat or rounded sides) that are laid horizontally on top of each another.