tamarisk

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Tamarix aphylla in its natural habitat in Palestine.

Noun[edit]

tamarisk (plural tamarisks)

  1. Any of several shrubs, of the genus Tamarix, native to arid regions in Eurasia and Africa, often invasive in other arid regions.

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin tamariscus

Noun[edit]

tamarisk m (definite singular tamarisken, indefinite plural tamarisker, definite plural tamariskene)

  1. tamarisk (genus Tamarix)

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin tamariscus

Noun[edit]

tamarisk m (definite singular tamarisken, indefinite plural tamariskar, definite plural tamariskane)

  1. tamarisk (genus Tamarix)

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