- any of a genus (Larix) of trees of the pine family, found in cold and temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, bearing cones and needlelike leaves that are shed annually
- the tough wood of this tree
Origin of larchearly modern German larche (Ger lärche) ; from Classical Latin larix
- Any of several deciduous, coniferous trees of the genus Larix of North America and Eurasia, having clusters of needlelike leaves and heavy, durable wood.
- The wood of any of these trees.
Origin of larchGerman L&adie;rche, from Middle High German larche, from Latin larix, laric-.