noun: willow; plural noun: willows; noun: willow tree; plural noun: willow trees
1. a tree or shrub of temperate climates that typically has narrow leaves, bears catkins, and
grows near water. Its pliant branches yield osiers for basketry, and its wood has various uses.
2. a machine with revolving spikes used for cleaning cotton, wool, or other fibers.
3. something, such as a cricket bat, that is made from willow.
4. a name for a girl/woman.
Nicknames for Willow: Will, Wills, Willa, Willow Song, My little Willow tree, Willie, Loey,
Bill/Billie, Lo Lo, Weeping Willow, Weepy Willow, Willowy
See also The most photographed willow tree: Wanaka Tree in Lake Wanaka, New Zealand
#thatwanakatree started its life as a fence post more than 75 years ago.