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Definition of the noun avena

What does avena mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: -

  1. oats

Drink

Avena is a beverage prepared with stewed oatmeal milk, water, cinnamon, clove and sugar in Colombian cuisine, Nicaraguan cuisine, and in the cuisines of some other Latin American countries. Avena means oat in the Spanish language. It is somewhat similar to horchata, a sweet nut milk drink from Spain.

Writings

"Avena" is a book by Flavel S. Cook.

  • also known as "Avena: musings, in rhyme"

Person

Who is Avena?

Avena a.k.a. Avena Lee is an American pornographic actress.

Place

Avena a.k.a. Avena, Illinois: Avena is an unincorporated community in Avena and Sefton Townships, Fayette County, Illinois, United States. Avena is located on a CSX Transportation line 4.3 miles west-southwest of St. Elmo.

Phrases with Avena

  1. Avena Alba
  2. Avena alta
  3. Avena Dura
  4. Avena Hybr
  5. Avena Nana
  6. Avena nuda
  7. Avena Aenea
  8. Avena Blaui
  9. Avena dubia
  10. Avena elata
  11. avena fatua
  12. Avena flava
  13. Avena fusca
  14. Avena Hirta
  15. Avena Laeta
  16. Avena Levis
  17. Avena Longa
  18. Avena Lutea
  19. Avena Macra
  20. Avena magna

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Avena

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Google previewThe Museum. [entitled] The Museum and English journal of education (1863)

But the tenuis avena is a somewhat heating and stimulating food. We need nourishment rather than stimulus ; and there is undoubtedly a danger in turning each of our Universities into a vortex of thought. So much for a general, and perhaps ...

Google previewReport Commissioner Of Agriculture (1878)

by Washingtom Goverment

Avena is the coarsest of our food preparations from oats ; the berry or grain is preserved in nearly its original shape, first having been hulled and then coarsely broken. There are numbers of grades of hominy, and all manufactured from white ...

Google previewThe Eclectic Medical Journal (1912)

Avena is a most useful remedy in all cases of nervous exhaustion, general debility, nervous palpitation of the heart and inability to keep the mind fixed upon any one subject. In insomnia it aids much in securing refreshing sleep, and when ...

Google previewThe Museum (1863)

A Quarterly Magazine of Education, Literature, and Science

But the tenuis avena is a somewhat heating and stimulating food. We need nourishment rather than stimulus; and there is undoubtedly a danger in turning each of our Universities into a vortex of thought. So much for a general, and perhaps ...

Google previewThe Hot-house and Greenhouse Manual, or botanical cultivator ... Second edition (1831)

by Robert SWEET

AVENA is a genus of the Grasses to which the different kinds of Oat belong : they require sowing in good soil, and to be kept free from weeds. AXYRIS belongs to the Chenopodeae : the species are all hardy annuals, and only require sowing ...

Google previewReport of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year ... (1878)

by United States. Department of Agriculture

Avena is the coarsest of our food preparations from cats; the berry or grain is preserved in nearly its original shape, first having been hulled and then coarsely broken. There are numbers of grades of hominy, and all manufactured from white ...

Google previewReport of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year 1877 (1878)

Avena is the coarsest of our food preparations from oats ; the berry or grain is preserved in nearly its original shape, first having been hulled and then coarsely broken. There are numbers of grades of hominy, and all manufactured from white ...

Google previewReport (1878)

by United States. Department of Agriculture

Avena is the coarsest of our food preparations from oats ; the berry or grain is preserved in nearly its original shape, first having been hulled and then coarsely broken. There are numbers of grades of hominy, and all manufactured from white ...

Google previewReport of the Commissioner of Agriculture (1878)

by United States. Department of Agriculture

Avena is the coarsest of our food preparations from oats; the berry or grain is preserved in nearly its original shape, first having been hulled and then coarsely broken. There are numbers of grades of hominy, and all manufactured from white ...

Google previewPublic International Law: Cases, Problems, and Texts (2010) (2010)

by Stephen McCaffrey, Dinah Shelton, John Cerone

The Avena decision mandates a remedy for a particular violation of Torres's, and Mexico's rights under the Vienna Convention.31 Avena is the product of the process set forth in the Optional Protocol, under which Mexico brought a suit against ...

Google previewReport of the Secretary of Agriculture (1878)

by United States. Department of Agriculture

Avena is the coarsest of our food preparations from oats; the berry or grain is preserved in nearly its original shape, first having been hulled and then coarsely broken. There are numbers of grades of hominy, and all manufactured from white ...

Google previewReal Mexican Food (2014)

Authentic recipes for burritos, tacos, salsas and more by Felipe Furentes Cruz, Ben Fordham

is good and atole de avena oatmeal & cinnamon drink Atole de avena is a hot, thick, cinnamon-flavoured drink. The “atole” part is the ...

Google previewReport. 1862-93 (1878)

by United States. Department of Agriculture

Avena is the coarsest of our food preparations from oats; the berry or grain is preserved in nearly its original shape, first having been hailed and then coarsely broken. There are numbers of grades of hominy, and all manufactured from white ...

Google previewPrescription for Herbal Healing (2002)

by Phyllis A. Balch

Latin name: Avena sativa (Poaceae [haygrass] family) Other common names: oat extract, wild oats GENERAL DESCRIPTION Avena is the green tops of the cereal plant oats, harvested just before the plant is in full flower. Oats originated in ...

Google previewFodder Oats (2004)

A World Overview by J. M. Suttie, Stephen G. Reynolds, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

The genus Avena is a polyploid series with diploid, tetraploid and hexaploid species, some of which are cultivated, while others are invaders of cultivated fields. In Latin America, all the species were probably introduced from Europe, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Plant-names (1886)

by James Britten

Avena ELATIOR, L. Arnit or Arnut, Buckbeards, Button-grass, Couch, tCouch ( Onion), Grass (Pearl), Haver-Grass, Knotgrass,

Google previewA dictionary of practical materia medica

by John Henry Clarke

Avena Saliva. Oat. N. O. Gramineae. Tincture of fresh plant in flower. Clinical. - Alcoholism. Cholera. Debility. Influenza. Neurasthenia. Opium habit. Palpitation. Sexual excess. Sleeplessness. Tuberculosis. Characteristics. — Avena has been ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1810)

Avena ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India (1889)

by Sir George Watt

AVENA pratensis. Awn dorsal-kneed and twisted. Stamens 3 . Ovary hairy at the top ; styles short, distinct, plumose. Fruit crested or rarely glabrous, furrowed, oblong or elongate-fusiform, enclosedwithin the glume and pale, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge. [With] Supp (1816)

by Encyclopaedia Perthensis

AVENA, oats: A genus of thedigynia order, belonging to the triandiia class of plants ; and in the natural method ranking under the 4th order* Graminu. The calyx has a double -valve, and the Bwn on the back is contorted. There are it species, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: Abaca to Buxus (1899)

by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji

The generic name is the classical Latin name Avena, ...

Google previewConcise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology (2008)

by Timothy Darvill

Most domesticated oats are hexaploid types with six sets of chromosomes derived from the wild red oats (Avena sterilis) found around the Mediterranean. The main cultivated varieties are the common oats (Avena sativa) found in cool climates; ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

English: common oat, sativa oats, cultivated oat, oats, oat Italian: avena Bolivia: ...

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