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Definition of the noun Gustavia

What does Gustavia mean as a name of something?

Gustavia is a genus of Gustaviidae, described by Kramer in 1879.

Gustavia is a genus of Lecythidaceae.

Gustavia is a kind of Lecythidaceae, described by L. in 1775.

Phrases with Gustavia

  1. Gustavia Sol
  2. Gustavia Nana
  3. Gustavia Ulei
  4. Gustavia Acuta
  5. Gustavia Alata
  6. Gustavia Dubia
  7. Gustavia Magna
  8. Gustavia maior
  9. Gustavia Cincta
  10. Gustavia Duckei
  11. Gustavia Eximia
  12. Gustavia Mangua
  13. Gustavia rugosa
  14. Gustavia Valida
  15. Gustavia Angusta
  16. Gustavia Augusta
  17. Gustavia Excelsa
  18. Gustavia Foliosa
  19. Gustavia Fosteri
  20. genus Gustavia

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Google previewUngoverning Dance (2016)

Contemporary European Theatre Dance and the Commons by Ramsay Burt

Gustavia is a comic piece but with many disconcerting moments like this. Underlying Gustavia is a subtle intervention in the politics of gender representation. There is a long tradition of popular comic entertainment which is often very physically ...

Google previewSecret Journeys of a Lifetime (2011)

500 of the World's Best Hidden Travel Gems by Keith Bellows, National Geographic Society (U.S.)

Gustavia is the capital of St. Barth and, like the rest of the island, is incontrovertibly French—although its name (after Gustav III) is a legacy of the near century the island spent under Swedish rule from 1784. Today, the island is a collectivity of ...

Google previewCaribbean Passagemaking (2015)

A Cruiser's Guide by Les Weatheritt

But today Gustavia is the St. Tropez of the Caribbean, and Le Marin is a world- class marine leisure center. The point for today's sailors is that the region's facilities are expanding faster than a pilot book can be updated and the deserted ...

Google previewTargets of Opportunity (2011)

by Jeffrey S. Stephens

Gustavia is the capital of the small island, named by Swedish settlers who were but one of the various nationalities that have controlled this rocky outcropping in the Caribbean between its discovery by Columbus and its ownership by the ...

Google previewThe Encyclopædia of Geography, Etc (1839)

by Thomas T. SMILEY

Gustavia is the capital. DUTCH WEST INDIES. The Dutch West Indies are the small islands of St. Eustatia, Saba, and Curacoa. * ** St. Eustatia consists almost entirely of the sloping sides of one conical hill, terminating in a rocky summit.

Google previewThe Hot-house and Greenhouse Manual, or botanical cultivator ... Second edition (1826)

by Robert SWEET

Gustavia is a beautiful genus belonging to the Myrtaceae; it thrives well in a mixture of sandy loam and peat; and ripened cuttings ...

Google previewThe American Universal Geography; (1812)

Or, A View of the Present State of All the Kingdoms, States, and Colonies in the Known World by Jedidiah Morse

Gustavia is a considerable town inhabited by Swedes, English, French, Danes, Americans, and Jews. The planters are chiefly French. The bay of Colombieu is deeper, but has no town. The chief exports are drugs, cotton, lignum vitae, and iron ...

Google previewThe History and Geography of the Mississippi Valley (1833)

To which is Appended a Condensed Physical Geography of the Atlantic United States, and the Whole American Continent by Timothy Flint

Gustavia is the chief town. The exports consist of cassia, tamarinds, and sassafras. St. Eustatia is about two leagues long, by one in breadth, and belongs to the Dutch. The population on this small spot amounts to nearly twelve thousand, ...

Google previewAn Epitome of Universal Geography, Or, A Description of the Various Countries of the Globe (1830)

With a View of Their Political Condition at the Present Time by Nathan Hale

Gustavia is the principal town. Dutch West Indies. St Eustatia, Saha, St Martin, and Curac,oa are all small islands, belonging to the Netherlands. They produce sugar, and tobacco, and have a population of 42,000 inhabitants. Curacoa is a ...

Google previewHubbard's Newspaper and Bank Directory of the World (1882)

With Gazetteer and Atlas Combined. Containing the Names and Descriptions of Over Thirty-three Thousand Newspapers and Fifteen Thousand Banks

Gustavia is the capital, population 800. (6) Les Saintes, comprising several small islands.

Google previewThe Garden (1895)

An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Gardening in All Its Branches

Gustavia pterocarpa.— Gustavia is a tropical American genus ...

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Trees (2005)

Volume 1: North America by M.M. Grandtner

Gustavia L. Lecythidaceae Gustavia Alm. Iaparandiba Marcgr. Japarandiba Adans. Pirigara Aubl. Spallanzania ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

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

Gustavia L. Lecythidaceae Origins: Named after Gustav III, King of Sweden, ...

Google previewCassell's Dictionary of Practical Gardening (1901)

An Illustrated Encyclopædia of Practical Horticulture for All Classes by Walter Page Wright

GUSTAVIA. Tropical trees and shrubs from South America (0111. Myrtaceie), with large. handsome. evergreen leaves and showy red. white, or cream flowers. Gymnema. Although they grow naturally to large dimensions, they can be flowered ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants (2005)

Ethnopharmacology and Its Applications by Christian Rätsch

The thickened juice is then rolled into bean-size balls and coated with the ashes of Gustavia poeppigiana Berg ex Martius. Three to six of these little balls are swallowed or ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Contemporary Politics of Central America and the Caribbean (2015)

by Phil Gunson, Greg Chamberlain, Andrew Thompson


Google previewUniversal Technological Dictionary (1833)

by George Crabb

GUSTAVIA (Bot.) a genus of plants, Class 16 Monadelphia, Order 8 Polyandria. Generic Character.

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Scrabble value of G2U1S1T1A1V4I1A1

The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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