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tree (plural trees)

  1. A lairge plant, nae exactly defined, but teepically ower fower meters in hicht, wi a single trunk which growes in girst with age and brainches (that an aa grow in circumference wi age).

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tae Wt/sco/tree (third-person singular simple present -, present participle -, simple past -, past participle -)

  1. Tae support wi timmer or props.

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Frae Middle Inglis tree, tre, treo, treou, trew, trow, frae Old English trēo, trēow (tree, wid, timmer, beam, log, stake, stick, grove, cross, rood), frae Proto-Germanic *trewą (tree, wid), frae pre-Germanic *dréu̯om, thematic e-grade derivative o Proto-Indo-European *dóru (tree).

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tree (plural Wt/sco/trees or (obsolete) treen)

  1. tree

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tree (third-person singular semple praisent Wt/sco/trees, praisent pairteeciple Wt/sco/treeing, simple past and past participle Wt/sco/treed)

  1. (transitive) Tae chase (an ainimal or person) up a tree.

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tree m (plural treeën or Wt/sco/trees, diminutive treetje n)

  1. stap (o a stair)

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Frae Old Frisian thrē.

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  1. (Heligoland) three