Acorn (noun)

  1. The fruit of the oak tree, a nut with a hard shell and a pointed tip.
  2. The nut of an oak tree.

Origin:

From the old english word "æcern", which is derived from the proto-germanic *akran and proto-indo-european *h₂éǵros.

Examples:

  1. Acorns are an important food source for wildlife such as deer, squirrels and jays.
  2. Acorns are a traditional food for some indigenous people.
  3. Acorns can be collected, shelled, ground and used to make flour.
  4. Acorns were used by early humans as a source of food.
  5. Acorns are an important symbol in many cultures and have been used as a decorative motif in art and architecture.
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