- any of several firs, as Abies magnifica, of the western U.S., having a reddish bark.
- the light, soft wood of these trees.
- Douglas fir.
Origin of red fir
First recorded in 1835–45
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- a North American coniferous tree, Abies magnifica, having reddish wood valued as timber: family Pinaceae
- any of various other pinaceous trees that have reddish wood
- the wood of any of these trees