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1 The Fagus silvatica of Lamarck. Its Latin name, "fagus," is supposed to have been derived from the Greek φάγω, "to eat." An oil is extracted from the acorns or nuts, that is much used in some parts of France.
2 He speaks probably of one of the galls which are found attached to the leaves of the forest trees.
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