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Alexander Palm

Definition of the noun Alexander Palm

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Alexander palm is the vernacular name of the Ptychosperma elegans, a species of Ptychosperma.

  • geographic area: North America


Alexander Palm: Alexander Ivanovich Palm was a Russian poet, novelist and playwright, who wrote also under the pseudonym P. Alminsky. A member of the Petrashevsky Circle, Palm in 1847 was arrested, spent 8 months in the Petropavlovsk Fortress, had his death sentence changed to deportation and served 7 years in the Russian Army. Among his best known works are Alexey Slobodin. The History of One Family and Our Friend Neklyuzhev.

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Google previewOxford English Dictionary Additions Series (1997)

by John A. Simpson, E. S. C. Weiner

Alexandra palm (also Alexander palm), a tall ornamental palm, Archontophoenix alexandrae, native to Queensland, Australia, which has a bulbous trunk and large feathered leaves. 1880 F. VON MUELLER Sel. Extra-Tropical Plants 264 ...

Google previewThe Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names (2009)

by Walter Erhardt, Allen J. Coombes

Blume • E:Alexander Palm, ...

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