Some punster will say, respecting oleaster, that it is olea sterilis.
olea europæa, Oryza sativa, Solanum tuberosum, Vitis vinifera.
olea cuspidata was seen lower down, and a species of alder grew in shady ravines along the edge of the stream.
Kæmpfer asserts that a species of Caméllia as well as olea fràgrans is used to give it a high flavour.
After killing two of the Aztecs, olea fell mortally wounded.
Cortes fortunately escaped with only a wound on the head, but olea had received three very severe wounds.
"Come, seor Gaspar," continued the Alguazil, turning to olea.
But this heroic deed cost olea his life, and Lerma was very nigh sharing a like fate.
From the Latin oleum, formed from olea, olive-tree, the fruit of which abounds in oil.