Everything bearing green leaves in a forest. Also that power which a man has, by royal grant, to cut green wood iu a forest. Also, iu heraldry, green color, called “ve- nus” in the arms of princes, and “emerald” in those of peers, and expressed in engravings by lines in bend. Wharton.
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