Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
bō′-trē, n. the name given in Ceylon to the Pipal or Peepul of India (Ficus religiosa), held sacred by the Buddhists, and planted close by every temple. [Singh. bo, from Pali bodhi, perfect knowledge.]
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a species of Ficus, sacred to the Buddhists as the tree under which Buddha sat when the light of life first dawned on him. See Buddha.
The numerical value of bo-tree in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of bo-tree in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Our neighbour's tree is our tree; our tree is our neighbour's tree!
Character is like a tree and reputation like its shadow. The shadow is what we think of it the tree is the real thing.
I loved it the way it was, that tree, I've hit it too many times, trust me. I've had my issues on that hole with that tree. But I thought it was a fantastic hole. It's iconic, that tree, and I don't think you can ever, ever replace it.
I heard a tree crack, and then I turned around and saw little kids running, then I saw the tree fall on top of the little kids, i ran over there with a bunch of parents and we just started going through the tree and the bushes and we started pulling them out.
Nothing is nailed into the tree. So there's a tripod that we strap to the tree and the feet of this tripod are made of neoprene, so they mold to the bark. So once you've taken the step down, there's no sign it was ever up. And it doesn't bruise the tree underneath the bark.
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