Tupelo

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tu·pe·lo / ˈt(y)oōpəˌlō/ • n. (pl. -los) a North American or Asian tree of damp and swampy habitats that yields useful timber. • Genus Nyssa, family Nyssaceae: several species, including the water tupelo (N. aquatica), which grows in the coastal-plain swamps of the southeastern U.S.

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tupelo N. Amer. tree of the genus Nyssa. XVIII. of Creek orig.

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