The broad-leaved or wych elm (Ulmus montana), indigenous to Scotland.
The wych Elm is a native of our country, and is also very common, but it occurs principally in the woods of the North.
The Scotch or wych elm is planted freely in parks and private grounds.
The philologists appear to be uncertain as to the origin and meaning of wych, but it seems most probably a form of Witch.
The road now climbs steadily between woods to wych Cross (35 m.).
You know an elm from a wych–elm, and a hornbeam from a beech; and what more can we expect of you?
The summer of 1914 was noted for a similar abundance of seed on the wych elm.
The timber used in an ordinary carriage wheel is wych elm for the naves, heart of oak for the spokes, and ash for the felloes.
No good, it was long supposed, could ever come out of wych Street.
The Dutch or sand elm is a tree very similar to the wych elm, but produces inferior timber.