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Definition of Cockspur thorn

Cockspur thorn
Cockspur Cock"spur, n. (Bot.) A variety of Crat[ae]gus, or hawthorn (C. Crus-galli), having long, straight thorns; -- called also Cockspur thorn.

Meaning of Cockspur thorn from wikipedia

- native to eastern North America. Crataegus succulenta, round-fruited ****spur thorn Maclura cochinchinensis, a species of vine or scrambling shrub in the...
- hawthorn, known by the common names plumleaf hawthorn and broad-leaved ****spur thorn, native to southern Ontario, Canada, and the US states of New York,...
- Common acacia, Karoo thorn, Doringboom, Soetdoring, Cape gum, C****ie, Piquants blancs, C****ie piquants blancs, ****spur thorn, Deo-babool, Doorn boom...
- crus-galli is a species of hawthorn known by the common names ****spur hawthorn and ****spur thorn. It is native to eastern North America from Ontario to Texas...
- Maclura cochinchinensis, commonly known as ****spur thorn, is a species of vine or scrambling shrub in the family Moraceae. The native range extends from...
- invaded Sivaganga Palayam in June 1772. The country was full of bushes of ****spur thorn, though there were villages and open spaces here and there. Rajah Muthu...
- strangler fig Moraceae (mulberry family) Maclura: ****spur thorns Maclura cochinchinensis Chinese ****spur thorn Moraceae (mulberry family) Maclura pomifera...
- ivory ****gany, common fig, Polynesian chestnut, the parasol leaf tree, ****spur thorn, Planchonella du****an, S. nervosum, beach almond, and Tristiropsis...
- hawthorn Crataegus collinahillside hawthorn Crataegus crus-galli – ****spur hawthorn Crataegus cuneata – ****anese hawthorn Crataegus cupulifera Crataegus...
- Tree broom-heath Coffee bush Wombat berry Port Jackson fig/rusty fig ****spur thorn Muttonwood Swamp paperbark Broad-leaved paperbark Pixie caps Inkweed...