Definition of Chinquapin. Meaning of Chinquapin. Synonyms of Chinquapin

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Definition of Chinquapin

Chinquapin
Chinquapin Chin"qua*pin, n. (Bot.) A branching, nut-bearing tree or shrub (Castanea pumila) of North America, from six to twenty feet high, allied to the chestnut. Also, its small, sweet, edible nat. [Written also chincapin and chinkapin.] Chinquapin oak, a small shrubby oak (Quercus prinoides) of the Atlantic States, with edible acorns. Western Chinquapin, an evergreen shrub or tree (Castanopes chrysophylla) of the Pacific coast. In California it is a shrub; in Oregon a tree 30 to 125 feet high.

Meaning of Chinquapin from wikipedia

- Chinquapin or ****apin may refer to: Chinquapin or ****apin, any of the shrubs in the genus Castanopsis Chinquapin or ****apin, any of the several trees...
- Castanea pumila, commonly known as the Allegheny chinquapin, American chinquapin (from the Powhatan) or dwarf chestnut, is a species of chestnut native...
- Chinquapin Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Oregon. The elevation is 6,089 feet (1,856 m). Chinquapin Mountain was named for the Chinquapin trees...
- Chinquapin Preparatory School is a nonprofit private college-preparatory school, grades six through twelve, which serves low-income youth, particularly...
- Quercus muehlenbergii, the ****apin or chinquapin oak, is a deciduous species of tree in the white oak group (Quercus sect. Quercus). The species was...
- Chinquapin is an unincorporated community located adjacent to the Northeast Cape Fear River in Duplin County, North Carolina. The roots of Chinquapin...
- is marked as "Chinquapin Station" It was named Chinquapin after Chinquapin Cr****, which is immediately northwest of Chinquapin. Chinquapin Cr**** is today...
- USS Chinquapin (YN-12/AN-17) was an Aloe-cl**** net laying ship built for the United States Navy during World War II. Originally ordered as USS Fir (YN-2)...
- the beech family known by the common names golden chinquapin, giant chinquapin, and western chinquapin. It is native to the Pacific coast of the United...
- endemic to the western United States. Its two species have the common name chinquapin. The genus occurs from western Washington south to the Transverse Ranges...
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