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wych elm

[ wich ]
/ wɪtʃ /
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noun
an elm, Ulmus glabra, of northern and western Europe, having large, coarse leaves.
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Origin of wych elm

1620–30; wych wych elm, Middle English wyche,Old English wice
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British Dictionary definitions for wych elm

wych-elm

witch-elm

/ (ˈwɪtʃˌɛlm) /

noun
Eurasian elm tree, Ulmus glabra, having a rounded shape, longish pointed leaves, clusters of small flowers, and winged fruits
the wood of this tree

Word Origin for wych-elm

C17: from Old English wice wych-elm
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