Juniper (noun)

A coniferous tree or shrub with needle-like leaves, berries and a distinctive aroma.

Origin:

The word 'juniper' originated from the latin word 'juniperus' meaning 'juniper tree'.

Examples:

  1. The juniper tree provided shelter for the birds in the forest.
  2. The juniper berries were used to flavor gin and other spirits.
  3. The juniper was valued for its durable wood, used in construction and furniture.
  4. The juniper's unique aroma made it a popular choice for incense and perfumes.
  5. The juniper was also used for medicinal purposes and as a source of food for wildlife.
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