any of several Eurasian and North American trees of the genus Ostrya, of the birch family, especially O. virginiana, bearing hoplike fruiting clusters.
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- hop clover,
- hop into,
- hop to it,
- hop trefoil,
- hop up,
- hop, skip, and a jump
Origin of hop hornbeam
An Americanism dating back to 1775–85
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