Arbor


Arbor

Arbor or Arbour may refer to:
*Arbor (garden), a shaded garden area
*Arbor (tool) or mandrel
*Arbor Networks, a P2P throttling company
*Arbor knot, a knot commonly used to attach fishing line to a fishing reel
**Arbor, the central post of a fishing reel to which fishing line is attached
*Arbor Drugs, a defunct Detroit, Michigan-based drug store chain
*Arbor, the steel frame of a fly system in a theatre
*Arbors Records, a jazz record label
*The Arbors, a 1960s pop group
*Arbor in a mechanical clock, a spindle or shaft supporting a gear or wheel
* Arbor Sports, manufacturers of skateboards, snowboards, and apparel.

ee also

*Ann Arbor, a city in Michigan
*Arbor Day, a day for planting trees
*Arboretum, a botanical garden primarily devoted to woody plants
*Arbor vitae (disambiguation)


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  • Arbor — steht für Arbor day, Tag des Baumes Arbor infelix, Kreuzigung, Hinrichtung Arbor Low, Henge Monument in der Grafschaft Derbyshire, England Arbor porphyriana, Baum des Wissens Arbor (Foraminiferen), eine Gattung der Foraminiferen Orte in den… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • arbor — àrbor m DEFINICIJA drvo, stablo, jarbol SINTAGMA arbor porphyriana (izg. ȁrbor porfiriána) grafički prikaz logički stupnjevito podređenih odnosno nadređenih pojmova; arbor vitae (izg. ȁrbor vȋte) 1. kršć. drvo života, simbol vječnog obnavljanja i …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • arbor- — arbor(i) ♦ Élément, du lat. arbor « arbre ». arbor(i) ❖ ♦ Élément, du lat. arbor « arbre » …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • árbor — (del lat. «arbor, ŏris»; ant.) m. Árbol. * * * árbor. (Del lat. arbor, ŏris). m. desus. árbol …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Arbor — Arbor, lat., Baum; arbor vitae, siehe Gehirn …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • ARBOR — inter Numina Idololatrarum. Cuiusmodi cultum antiquissimum fuisse, arguit Iudaica superstitio, a Cananaeis veterib. hausta et ad gentes postmodum alias illata. Hinc Hoseae c. 4. v. 13. Super capita montium sacrificabant et super colles,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • arbor — (n.) c.1300, herber, herb garden, from O.Fr. erbier field, meadow; kitchen garden, from L. herba grass, herb (see HERB (Cf. herb)). Later a grassy plot (early 14c., a sense also in Old French), a shaded nook (mid 14c.). Probably not from L. arbor …   Etymology dictionary

  • árbor — (Del lat. arbor, ŏris). m. desus. árbol …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • arbor — arbor1 [är′bər] n. [ME erber < OFr erbier, herbier < LL herbarium, HERBARIUM] 1. a place shaded by trees or shrubs or, esp., by vines on a latticework; bower 2. Obs. a) a garden or lawn b) an orchard arbor2 [är′bər] …   English World dictionary

  • Arbor — Ar bor, n. [OE. herber, herbere, properly a garden of herbs, F. herbier, fr. L. herbarium. See {Herb}, and cf. {Herbarium}.] A kind of latticework formed of, or covered with, vines, branches of trees, or other plants, for shade; a bower. Sir P.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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