kızılağaç

is., -cı, bit. b.
Gürgengillerden, dişi çiçekleri küçük ve sarımtırak, erkek çiçekleri püskül biçiminde olan, boyu 30 m kadar olabilen, kerestesi kolay işlenebilir bir ağaç, kızılsöğüt (Alnus)

Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük. 2010.

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