Fagus l modern iranian botanists tend to refer to this tree as rāš its timber is used more than any other wood for making doors, windows, etc.
A culinary nut is a dry, edible fruit or seed that usually european beech (fagus sylvatica), although edible, have never been popular as a source of food.
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Fagus may refer to: fagus (god) , a god of beech trees in celtic mythology, especially in gaul and the pyrenees fagus (plant) , the genus of beech trees fagus, missouri , named for the beech the fagus factory , a german architectural landmark of 1913 9021 fagus , an asteroid look up fagus or fagus in wiktionary, the free dictionary.
Toledo was founded by the romans, served as the capital of the visigothic kingdom, was important in muslim spain and during the reconquista, and briefly served as the capital of spain the city combines christian, muslim, and jewish influences. Only two fagus, vasanta vilas fagu and narayana fagu, written by unknown authors are of non-jain poets vasanta vilas fagu written in the fourteenth century by unknown author is beautiful fagu without any religious sentiments. Definition of beech in english: beech noun 1 a large tree with smooth grey bark of germanic origin related to latin fagus ‘beech’, greek phagos ‘edible.