How to Pronounce ash?

Correct pronunciation for the word "ash" is [ˈaʃ], [ˈaʃ], [ˈa_ʃ].

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"Ash" in context

Ash is a tree of the genus Fraxinus, and is commonly found in the Northern Hemisphere. Additionally, ash species are often included in lists of broadleaved trees because of their hardiness and long lifespan. Ash trees are native to Northern Europe and North America, though they can be located as far away as Asia. The most commonly used species of ash tree include white ash, European ash, and mountain ash. The bark of ash trees is rough and fissured, and can range from dark to light brown in color.

Ash wood is valued for its strength and durability and is used for a variety of applications.

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Usage over time for ash:

This graph shows how "ash" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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