In parts of Tennessee it is known as the wild olive tree, and in other parts of the state as the bell tree.
In front of it is a grove of wild olive trees, where is the stadium.
The branch of wild olive had, perhaps, entered into the dream.
But there was no branch of wild olive flickering across the picture.
It was a repetition of his feeling about the wild olive—the girl in the cabin in the woods.
See the 1873 edition of the "Crown of wild olive," p. 30, § 27.
The victor was crowned with wild olive, and led by his friends to the Temple of Zeus.
But there will be no meetings at the wild olive between you and me.
And build there a great pile of oak and wild olive, and lay me thereon, and set fire thereto.
They trembled, they swayed; they swayed as the wild olive swayed in the wind of the night.