Conifer (noun)

A tree or shrub that bears cones and has needle-like or scale-like evergreen leaves.

Origin:

The word 'conifer' is derived from the latin word 'conus' meaning 'cone' and 'ferre' meaning 'to bear.

Examples:

  1. Pine trees are a type of conifer.
  2. Conifers are found in many different climates, from temperate to subarctic.
  3. Conifers play an important role in the world's forests, providing habitat and resources for many species.
  4. The wood of conifers is often used for building and furniture making.
  5. The fragrant scent of conifer needles is often used in aromatherapy.
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