Teil-tree is properly the linden-tree, or Tilia Europcaus of botanists. It is mentioned in the A. V., in Isa 6:13, "as a teil tree, and as an oak;" but as in the Hebrew the word is אֵלָה, elâh, usually rendered "oak," by many supposed to be the terebinth, or "turpentine-tree," there is no reason for giving it a different signification in this from what it has in other passages. SEE OAK.

Bible concordance for TEIL TREE.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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