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Note: In some parts of America, especially in New England, the name walnut is given to several species of hickory (Carya), and their fruit. Ash-leaved walnut, a tree (Juglans fraxinifolia), native in Transcaucasia. Black walnut, a North American tree (J. nigra) valuable for its purplish brown wood, which is extensively used in cabinetwork and for gunstocks. The nuts are thick-shelled, and nearly globular. English, or European, walnut, a tree (J. regia), native of Asia from the Caucasus to Japan, valuable for its timber and for its excellent nuts, which are also called Madeira nuts. Walnut brown, a deep warm brown color, like that of the heartwood of the black walnut. Walnut oil, oil extracted from walnut meats. It is used in cooking, making soap, etc. White walnut, a North American tree (J. cinerea), bearing long, oval, thick-shelled, oily nuts, commonly called butternuts. See Butternut.
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European Eu`ro*pe"an, a. [L. europeaus, Gr. ?, fr. Gr. ? (L. europa.)] Of or pertaining to Europe, or to its inhabitants. On the European plan, having rooms to let, and leaving it optional with guests whether they will take meals in the house; -- said of hotels. [U. S.]
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European Eu`ro*pe"an, n. A native or an inhabitant of Europe.

Meaning of European from wikipedia

- Look up European, european, or Europeans in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. European, or Europeans, may refer to: European, an adjective referring to...
- Capital of Culture, the European Region of Gastronomy, the European Youth Capital and the European Capital of Sport. Sport in Europe tends to be highly organized...
- into Europe in the context of the Indo-European expansion. The Indo-European migrations started in Southeast Europe at around c.‚ÄČ4200 BC. through the areas...
- Central European Time (CET) is a standard time of Central, and parts of Western Europe, which is one hour ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The...
- the rest of the northern midlatitudes. Western European languages mostly fall within two Indo-European language families: the Romance languages, descended...
- The European Union does not set public holidays for its member states. However the European Commission does set public holidays for the employees of the...
- Eastern Europe is a subregion of the European continent. As a largely ambiguous term, it has a wide range of geopolitical, geographical, ethnic, cultural...
- The European Parliament (EP) is one of the legislative bodies of the European Union and one of its seven institutions. Together with the Council of the...
- The UEFA European Football Championship, less formally the European Championship and informally the Euro, is the primary ****ociation football tournament...
- The ten Pan-European transport corridors were defined at the second Pan-European transport Conference in Crete, March 1994, as routes in Central and Eastern...