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Definition of the noun aloe
What does aloe mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: aloes
- succulent plants having rosettes of leaves usually with fiber like hemp and spikes of showy flowers; found chiefly in Africa
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- more generic word: succulent = a plant adapted to arid conditions and characterized by fleshy water-storing tissues that act as water reservoirs
- more specific terms:
- member of: genus Aloe = large genus of chiefly African liliaceous plants
Alternative definition of the noun aloe
- [in the plural] The resin of the trees Aquilaria agallocha and Aquilaria malaccensis, known for their fragrant odour
- A plant of the genus Aloe.
- A strong, bitter drink made from the juice of such plants, used as a purgative.
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Phrases with Aloe
Phrases starting with the word Aloe:
- aloe vera
- Aloe Bella
- aloe ferox
- Aloe Flava
- Aloe Hebes
- Aloe Minor
- Aloe Nigra
- Aloe Parva
- Aloe Yucca
- Aloe Aspera
- Aloe Brevis
- Aloe Caesia
- Aloe Erecta
- aloe family
- Aloe Indica
- Aloe Lanzae
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Aloe
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Foods, Fungi, Medicinal Herbs, Plants, and Venomous Animals by Donald G. Barceloux
Curacao; Barbados aloe is a dark chocolatebrown, dried juice extracted from Aloe vera (L.) Burm. f.; Cape aloe is a dark...
The family cyclopædia (1859)
by Family cyclopaedia
Th" aloe is an American plant, and it is from the New World that it has been transplanted to Europe. In the warm climes of Italy, Spain, amd Sicily it gives (in conjunction with the palmetto) an almost tropical appearance to the scenery. BOARDS ...
by The National Gardening Association, Bob Beckstrom, Karan Davis Cutler, Kathleen Fisher, Phillip Giroux, Judy Glattstein, Michael MacCaskey, Bill Marken, Charlie Nardozzi, Sally Roth, Marcia Tatroe, Lance Walheim, Ann Whitman
Aloe is the most common herb among them. Purslane (Portulaca oleracea), a nutritious plant rich in antiaging antioxidants, looks a bit like a jade plant that's been stomped on. Tiny leaves: When you visit a well-stocked herb nursery, you may ...
Erasing Pain (2002)
New Treatments from the World-Famous Rusk Institute's Medical Specialists by Mathew H .M. Lee, M.D., Mary F. Bezkor, M.D., George Walsh
Aloe is an excellent natural remedy, and it can be applied as a lotion, cream, gel, or even directly in plant form. Soothing salves, such as cold cream, also are beneficial. In general, covering an open burn eases the pain experienced Specific ...
by Isaac Gomez
The aloe is a magazine of provisions and of implements to the Indians who inhabit the banks of the Ohio and the Mississippi. Some plants, as rhubarb and opium, alleviate the tortures of pain ; and some, as the quinquina, or Peruvian bark, can ...
Herbs, Remedies, and Practices That Restore the Body, Refresh the Mind, and Rebuild the Spirit by Porter Shimer
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS Aloe is a cactuslike plant that stands one. THE HEALING HERBS THEY TRUSTED MOST This plant, also called “crampbark,” was used by many tribes. Chapter Three: The Native American Pharmacy The ...
Ayurveda Forever Wellbeing (2013)
A Treasury of Holistic Recommendations by Meta Doherty
Aloe vera juice or gel (certified pure by the International Aloe Council) can be taken orally, 3 teaspoons three times daily before meals. Aloe is a wonder substance that can ...
The Domestic Encyclopedia (1821)
Or, A Dictionary of Facts and Useful Knowledge, Chiefly Applicable to Rural and Domestic Economy : with an Appendix, Containing Additions in Domestic Medicine, and the Veterinary and Culinary Arts : the Whole Illustrated with Numerous Engravings and Cuts by Anthony Florian Madinger Willich, Thomas Cooper
ALOE is a beautiful exotic plant, the ...
Chaparral and Scrub (2006)
by Tom Warhol
Bitter aloe is a common plant in the mountain form.
Garden of Death (2015)
by Chrystle Fiedler
Willow McQuade's Favorite Medicinal Plants ALOE VERA Botanical name: Aloe barbadensis Medicinal uses: Aloe is a handy plant that no household should be without. This juicy, succulent plant features spiky leaves that contain a thick gel ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
English: bitter aloe, red aloe Southern Africa: bitteraalwyn, tapaalwyn, aalwyn, kannie- dood; iNhlaba, umhlaba (Zulu); Hlaba (= to pierce), Lekhala la Quthing (= the aloe of Quthing) (Basutoland; see E. Casalis, Les Bassoutos. Paris 1859 ...
d\6rj, aloe). A genus of plants belonging to the family Liliacese, including about 100 species which are natives chiefly in the Mediterranean region, Western Asia, and South Africa. About probably an ...
by M. Varinia Michalun, Joseph C. DiNardo
Aloe vera is frequently used in cosmetics for its moisturizing, soothing, and calming properties. It is excellent for dry and sensitive skin, as well as for the treatment of sunburns and other minor burns, insect bites, and skin irritations. Aloe extract ...
by Michael Ash, Irene Ash
Aloe-Con. [Florida Food Prods.] Aloe vera gel; moisturizer for first aid preps., acne and facial preps., creams, shaving prods., depilatories, shampoos, ...
by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji
ALOE, Linn.; Gen. PL, III., 776". A genus of plants with thick, succulent, and spiny leaves, belonging to the Natural Order Liliacea, and comprising some 80 species , chiefly inhabitants of Africa, more particularly of South Africa and the Island of ...
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- Huge aloe
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- Aloe Plant
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- Aloe dichotoma tree
Aloe dichotoma tree in Namibia
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The value of this 4-letter word is 4 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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