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Definition of the noun acacia

What does acacia mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: acacias

  1. any of various spiny trees or shrubs of the genus Acacia

Alternative definition of the noun acacia

noun

  1. [countable] A shrub or tree of the genus Acacia, or from a species formerly classified in this genus, or believed to belong to the genus.
  2. [pharmacy, uncountable] The inspissated juice of several species of Acacia.
  3. [Australia] The wattle tree.
  4. [context: antiquities] A roll or bag, filled with dust, borne by Byzantine emperors, as a memento of mortality. It is represented on medals.

Group

Acacia was a multi-cultural British experimental pop band active during the mid-1990s. The band is most notable for helping to launch the subsequent musical careers of several of its members, most notably keyboard player/producer Guy Sigsworth, singer Alexander "Blackmoth" Nilere and associate vocalist Imogen Heap. Though never commercially successful, Acacia attracted a good deal of underground attention during their existence and were notable for their eclectic musical approach and for Nilere's unorthodox, polysexual image.

Music

  1. "acacia" is a musical album of Yumi Matsutoya.
    • also known as アケイシャ
    • released on (14 years ago)
  2. "Acacia" is a musical single of Lim Hyung-joo & Oblivion Garden.
    • released on (4 years ago)

Writings

"Acacia" is a book by Marthinus Steyn.

  • also known as "Acacia: a field guide, Southern Africa: acacia interactive = Acacia: Suider-Afrika, 'n veldgids: acacia interaktief"

Film

"Acacia" is a 2003 South Korean horror film, directed by Park Ki-hyeong and starring Shim Hye-jin and Kim Jin-geun. A rerelease in 2011 changed the title to 'Root of Evil'.

Characters

  1. Acacia is a fictional character from the TV Series Toriko.
  2. Acacia is a fictional character from the segment "Nieves: The Engkanto Slayer" of the 2008 film Shake Rattle & Roll X.
  3. Acacia is a fictional character from the anime series Allison & Lillia.

There are other characters with in their name, like Miss Acacia.

Miscellanea

Acacia Fraternity is a social fraternity founded at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The fraternity has 35 active chapters and 3 colonies throughout Canada and the United States. Membership was originally restricted to those who had taken the Masonic obligations, but in 1988, the fraternity became international and removed its masonic restrictions.

Phrases with Acacia

Phrases starting with the word Acacia:

  1. Acacia Coa
  2. Acacia Gum
  3. Acacia koa
  4. Acacia Tit
  5. Acacia Alba
  6. Acacia Arar
  7. Acacia Asak
  8. Acacia Azak
  9. Acacia Cana
  10. Acacia Hova
  11. Acacia Laxa
  12. Acacia Nemu
  13. Acacia Rufa
  14. Acacia suma
  15. Acacia Vera
  16. Acacia Acoma
  17. Acacia Adoxa
  18. Acacia alata

Phrases ending with the word Acacia:

  1. gum acacia
  2. rose acacia

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Acacia

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Google previewThe Edinburgh New Dispensatory ... being an improvement upon the New Dispensatory by Dr Lewis (1794)

by Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, John ROTHERAM (M.D., the Younger.)

Acacia is the inspissated juice of the unripe fruit of the same tree which produces the gum arabic. si This juice is brought to...

Acacia is a mild astringent medicine.

Google previewMasonic Standard (1900)

VVhile the acacia is a familiar arid important symbol of Masonry, few 1\Iasons fully realize or appreciate the full meaning of the word, or the typical significance the plant possesses. The acacia is a native of warm or tropical climates and is ...

Google previewThe New Dispensatory. Containing, 1, the Elements of Pharmacy; 2, the Materia Medica; 3, Preparations ... of the new London and Edinburgh Pharmacopœas. Fourth edition. MS. notes (1799)

by William LEWIS (M.D.)

Acacia is a mild astrincht 'neJicz'ne. The' Egyptians give it in spitting gf Hand, in the quantity ofa...

Google previewHandbook of Chemicals and Safety (2016)

by T.S.S. Dikshith

Gum acacia is an ingredient of all the official Trochisci, and various syrups, pastes, and pastilles or jujubes.

Gum acacia is a mixture of saccharides and glycoproteins, is highly nutritious, and provides the properties of a glue, and a binder ...

Google previewThe New Dispensatory (1753)

Containing : I. The Theory and Practice of Pharmacy ... Intended as a Correction, and Improvement of Quincy by William Lewis

Acacia is a mild aftringent medicine. The Egyptians...

What is usually fold for the Egyptian acacia is the infpiflated juice of unripe floes: This is harder, heavier, of a darker colour, and fomewhat fharper tafte, than the true fort ...

Google previewThe New Dispensatory: Containing I. The Theory and Practice of Pharmacy. II. A Distribution of Medicinal Simples ... III. A Full Translation of the London and Edinburgh Pharmacopoeias ... IV. Directions for Extemporaneous Prescription ... V. A Collection of Cheap Remedies ... The Whole Interspersed with Practical Cautions and Observations. Intended as a Correction, and Improvement of Quincy. [By William Lewis.] (1753)

by William LEWIS (M.D.), John QUINCY

Acacia is a mild astringent medicine. The Egyptians...

What ir usually sold for the Egyptian acacia is the inspissated juice of unripe sloes : This is harder, heavier, of a darker colour, and somewhat sharper taste, than the true sort. ACANTHUS ...

Google previewThe New Dispensatory Containing I. The Theory and Practice of Pharmacy II. A Distribution of Medicinal Simples Etc (1753)

by [Anonymus AC09814835]

Acacia is a mild aftringent medicine. The Egyptians...

What is usually fold for the Egyptian acacia is the infpislated juice of unripe floes: This is harder, heavier, of a darker colour, and somewhat fharper tafte, than the true fort. ACANTHUS ...

Google previewA-Ame (1817)

to: Acacia is a mild astringent medicine.

Google previewGold Ore Processing (2016)

Project Development and Operations by Mike D. Adams

Consep Acacia The Consep Acacia is an upflow reactor that recognizes and works with, rather than against, the unique properties of gravity concentrates. The target of intensive cyanidation of a gravity concentrates is primarily very high ...

Google previewA New Medical Dictionary Or General Repository of Physic Etc. (with Fig.)- London, Johnson 1775 (1775)

The German acacia is the infpillated juice of the German wild flocs ; it is of the same nature as the true fort : but in England, the inspiíTited juice of unripe floes of our own growth is the general substitute ; it is harder, heavier, darker coloured, ...

Google previewThe Merck Report (1899)

Acacia is a satisfactory emulsifier, always quickly producing a white, uniform emulsion, unless there be a great preponderance of water or other liquid present ...

Google previewThe Pharmaceutical Era (1893)

Gum acacia is a well-known substance for emulsifying castor oil.

Google previewElixers Of Life (2013)

by Leyel

The acacia is a small shrub which grows in dry desert land.

Google previewCurtis's Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed (1816)

In which the Most Ornamental Foreign Plants, Cultivated in the Open Ground, the Green-house, and the Stove, are Accurately Represented in Their Natural Colours ... by John Sims

The long-leaved AcAcIA is a very ornamental greenhouse shrub, growing to the height of eighteen feet and upwards, and producing abundance of flowers very early in the spring, ...

Google previewThe Botanical Magazine: Or, Flower Garden Displayed Etc (1816)

by William Curtis

The long-leaved AcAcIA is a very ornamental greenhouse shrub, growing to the height of eighteen feet and upwards, and producing abundance of flowers very early in the spring, at a time when few other plants are in blossom. Native of New ...

Google previewTop 100 Exotic Food Plants (2011)

by Ernest Small

Acacia is a huge genus, ...

Google previewHandbook of Hydrocolloids (2009)

by Glyn O. Phillips, P A Williams

Introduction Gum arabic or gum Acacia is a tree gum exudate and has been an important article of commerce since ancient times. It was used by the Egyptians for embalming mummies and also for paints for hieroglyphic inscriptions.

Google previewThe Herball Or Generall Historie of Plantes (1636)

Very Much Enlarged and Amended by Thomas Johnson Citizen and Apothecarye of London by John Gerard

The juice also is called Acacia. The Apothecaries of Germanievse in stead hereof the juice that is pressed out of sloes or snags,which they thereforecall 4cacia Germanita. Matthiolus piðureth for Atacia the tree which the later Herbarists call ...

Google previewAn Introduction to Pharmaceutical Formulation (2013)

The Commonwealth and International Library: Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Chemistry by A. G. Fishburn

Compound Tragacanth Powder, commonly used in extemporaneous dispensing, contains 20 per cent of acacia. Acacia is the traditional emulsifier for fixed or volatile oils to be given by mouth.

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Trees (2005)

Volume 1: North America by M.M. Grandtner

Acacia scleroxyla Tussac e Leguminosae SE North America (Hispaniola, Puerto Rico) Mxer calcdr (skin itch washed with crushed leaves) Acacia tenuifolia Descourt. non Willd. Acacia tenuifolia Tussac non Willd.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Britannnica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature (1890)

ACACIA, a genus of shrubs and trees belonging to the natural family Leguminosae and tb« section Mimosese. The Cowers are small, arranged in rounded or elongated clusters. The leaves are compound pinnate in general In some instances, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Litterature (1875)

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ACACIA, a genus of shrubs and trees belonging to the natural family Leguminosae and the section Mimoseae. The flowers are small, arranged in rounded or elongated clusters. The leaves are compound pinnate in general. In some instances ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1875)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature by Thomas Spencer Baynes

ACACIA, a genus of shrubs and trees belonging to the natural family Leguminoste and the section Mimoseae. The flowers are small, arranged in rounded or elongated clusters. The leaves are compound pinnate in general. In some instances ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica ... (1898)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature ... in Thirty Volumes with New American Supplement

ACACIA, a genus of shrubs and trees belonging to the natural family Leguminosae and the section Mimoseae. The flowers are small, arranged in rounded or elongated clusters. The leaves are compound pinnate in general. In some instances ...

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Quotes about Acacia

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distinction preservation

if they are shootin' at ya
you know that you are
doin' somethin' right, okay?

shhhh you acacia flowers
pride's before a mine
Scrub's your Street, not Wattle Drive (Douglas Scotney)
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Scrabble value of A1C3A1C3I1A1

The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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