white oak: Meaning and Definition of
- an oak, Quercus alba, of eastern North America, having a light-gray to white bark and yielding a hard, durable wood: the state tree of Connecticut and Maryland.
- any of several other species of oak, as Q. garryana or Q. lobata, of western North America.
- the wood of any of these trees.
- a town in central Maryland, near Washington, D.C. 13,700.