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n. [Anglo-Saxon] A native coniferous tree of the genus Taxus, allied to the fir, pine. It is a tree ramifying in numerous, widely spreading branches, and is planted for its umbrageousness in church-yards. Its wood was formerly employed in making bows, and is prized for its hard, compact grain by turners.