mé [ˈme̞ˑ], alienably possessed noun: “tree; wood (material)“
Just ignore the snow for now :P.
This is the most generic word for “tree”, but it’s also rarely used on its own, being found mostly in compounds and expressions (Mountain Folk rarely refer to trees without talking about what kind of tree it is). In the sense of “wood” as a material, though, it is quite common.
Mé am ciéke emeyró mrese: “I really like wooden houses.“