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mugho pine

[ myoo-goh, moo- ]
/ ˈmyu goʊ, ˈmu- /
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noun

a prostrate, shrubby pine, Pinus mugo mugo, native to Europe, cultivated as an ornamental.

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Origin of mugho pine

First recorded in 1750–60; from French mugho, from Italian mugo, of dialectal origin (Trentino, Valtellina); further etymology uncertain

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