What Does Canadensis Mean?


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The word Canadensis can be attributed to two things; one is a kind of tree and another one is a kind of wood of a different type of tree.

You can attribute the word Canadensis to a tree which is mostly found in Europe. The tree is somewhat like pine but is has berry like fruit on it instead of cone as we find in pine trees. Probably people would have thought that the tree has a spiritual aura surrounding it, for the tree is frequently found in the British Churchyards.

The word also signifies the wood that comes from yew tree. The wood is very elastic and fine-grained one and you can find it in the beautiful colour of red. The wood is especially useful for making bow and whipstock and Spain is the prime supplier of this kind of wood when you are using it for the abovementioned purpose.

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