\ˈɑːbə], \ˈɑːbə], \ˈɑː_b_ə]\
Definitions of ARBOR
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A tree, as distinguished from a shrub; the principal spindle or axis which communicates motion to the other parts of a machine. Arbor Diance, the tree of Diana, a beautiful arborescent precipitate, made by putting mercury into a solution of nitrate of silver. Arbor Saturni, the tree of Saturn, a similar precipitate, made by putting zinc into a solution of acetate of lead. Arbor vitae, the tree of life, a beautiful evergreen. See Arbour.
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