NounOak (countable and uncountable; plural Oaks)
- (countable) An oak tree.
- (uncountable) The wood of the oak.
- A rich brown colour, like that of oak wood.
Oak (not comparable)
- Made from the wood of the oak tree
- (colour) of a rich brown colour, like that of oak wood.
Adjectives for Oak
stunted; branched; gnarled; ancestral; enormous; hoary; gouty, rugged; knotted; heavy; candle-lighting; deciduous; mossy; well-worn; monumental; perforated; stern; leafless; doting; twisted; sturdiest; massive; poly-chromed; stiff.
Verbs for Oak
beam with—; cleave to—; fell—; moss—; timber with—; —braves; —commands; — crowns; —defies; —droops; —endures; — flourishes; —outlasts; —protects; —reigns; —roofs; —rules; —spreads; —stretches; -— towers.
rain tree, redwood, rock, sandalwood, sassafras, senna, sequoia, spruce, steel, stone, sumac, sycamore, tangerine, teak, tulip tree, walnut, willow, witch hazel, yew, Gibraltar, acacia, adamant, ailanthus, alder, alligator pear, allspice, almond, apple, apricot, ash, aspen, avocado, balsa, balsam, banyan, bass, basswood, bay, bayberry, beech, beechwood, betel palm, birch, bone, brick, buckeye, burl, butternut, buttonwood, cacao, candleberry, cashew, cassia, catalpa, cement, cherry, chestnut, chinquapin, cinnamon, citron, clove, coconut, concrete, cork, cork oak, cypress, diamond, dogwood, ebony, elder, elm, eucalyptus, fig, fir, flint, frankincense, granite, grapefruit, guava, gum, gumwood, hawthorn, hazel, heart of oak, hemlock, henna, hickory, holly, hop tree, horse, horse chestnut, iron, ironwood, juniper, kumquat, laburnum, lancewood, larch, laurel, lemon, lime, linden, lion, litchi, litchi nut, locust, logwood, magnolia, mahogany, mango, mangrove, maple, marble, medlar, mountain ash, mulberry, nails, nutmeg, olive, orange, ox, palm, papaw, papaya, peach, pear, pecan, persimmon, pine, pistachio, plane, plum, pomegranate, poplar, quince, raffia palm,
Middle English ook, from Old English āc, from Proto-Germanic *aiks (compare West Frisian iik, Dutch eik, German Eiche), from Proto-Indo-European *eiḱ or *eiǵ- (compare Latin aesculus 'Durmast oak', Lithuanian ąžuolas 'oak', Albanian enjë 'juniper, yew', Ancient Greek aigilōps 'Turkey oak').
- (oak tree): tree
- (oak tree): acorn