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Cedar

Cedar is the common name for cedar wood, used for several different trees that grow in different parts of the world.

Cedar may also refer to:

Contents

  • Trees and plants 1
    • Pinaceae family 1.1
    • Cupressaceae family 1.2
    • Meliaceae family 1.3
    • Other families 1.4
  • People 2
  • Places 3
    • Canada 3.1
    • United States 3.2
  • Music 4
  • Other 5
  • See also 6

Trees and plants

Pinaceae family

  • Cedrus or cedar, a genus of coniferous trees in the plant family Pinaceae
    • Lebanon cedar, Cedrus libani, a cedar native to Lebanon, western Syria and south central Turkey
    • Atlas cedar, Cedrus atlantica, a cedar native to the Atlas Mountains of Morocco
    • Deodar cedar, Cedrus deodara, a cedar native to the western Himalayas
    • Cyprus cedar, Cedrus brevifolia, mostly classified as being distinct to the Cedar of Lebanon, found in the island's Cedar Valley in the Troodos Mountains
  • Siberian pine (Pinus sibirica), occasionally erroneously referred to as Siberian cedar

Cupressaceae family

Meliaceae family

Other families

People

  • Cedar Paul, née Gertrude Mary Davenport (1880–1972), British singer, author, translator and journalist
  • Cedar Walton (born 1934), American jazz pianist
  • Howard Cedar (born 1943), Israeli American biochemist
  • Jon Cedar (1931–2011), American character actor, screenwriter and producer
  • Joseph Cedar (born 1968), Israeli film director and screenwriter
  • Larry Cedar (born 1955), American actor and a voice actor

Places

Canada

United States

Music

  • Cedar!, 1967 debut album by pianist Cedar Walton
  • Cedar (EP), an extended play recording by Doves

Other

See also

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