Definition of pond pine in English:

pond pine

noun

  • A pine, Pinus serotina (often regarded as a subspecies or variety of the pitch pine, P. rigida), occurring in swamps and wetlands of the south-eastern U.S., with heavy, resinous wood used for lumber or pulpwood.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in François André Michaux (1770–1855).