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Definition of the noun IODES

What does IODES mean as a name of something?

Iodes is a genus of Icacinaceae.

Iodes is a genus of Mollusca, described by Gray in 1847.

Iodes is a genus of Janthinidae, described by Mörch in 1860.

Iodes is a genus of Epitoniidae, described by Mörch in 1860.

Phrases with Iodes

Phrases starting with the word Iodes:

  1. Iodes Ovalis
  2. Iodes Rugosa
  3. Iodes Oblonga
  4. Iodes Seretii
  5. Iodes Yatesii
  6. Iodes Africana
  7. Iodes Balansae
  8. Iodes Cirrhosa
  9. Iodes Liberica
  10. Iodes Perrieri
  11. Iodes Scandens
  12. Iodes Seguinii
  13. Iodes Talbotii
  14. Iodes Velutina

Phrases ending with the word Iodes:

  1. Genus Iodes
  2. Ommata Iodes
  3. Solanum Iodes
  4. Xorides Iodes
  5. Epiphyas Iodes
  6. Rinodina Iodes

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Iodes

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Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

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

lodocephalus Thorel ex Gagnepain Asteraceae Origins: From the Greek iodes " rust colored" and kephale "head." locenes B. Nord. Asteraceae Origins: An anagram of Senecio. loedes Blume Icacinaceae Origins: From the Greek ios "rust ," ...

Google previewThe Standard American Encyclopedia of Arts, Sciences, History, Biography, Geography, Statistics, and General Knowledge (1897)

by John Clark Ridpath

Indigo, blue, Iodes, (Gr.), violet color, Iris, rainbow, Lanthano (Gr.), to conceal, Lithos (Gr.), stone, Magnesia (Asia Minor), Planet, Molubdos (Gr.), lead, Kupfer nickel (Ger.) ...

Google previewAlternative Energy and Shale Gas Encyclopedia (2016)

by Jay H. Lehr, Jack Keeley

dSe = 0 - a d27, "ed iodes,V,-4+dv , ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Human Nutrition, Four-Volume Set (2005)

by Lindsay Allen, Andrew Prentice

Iodine sublimates at room temperature to form a violet gas; its name is derived from the Greek iodes, meaning 'violet- colored.' Iodine was discovered by Bernard Courtois in Paris in 1811, the second halogen (after chlorine) to be discovered.

Google previewMedical Lexicon (1839)

A New Dictionary of Medical Science, Containing a Concise Account of the Various Subjects and Terms; with a Vocabulary of Synonymes in Different Languages, and Formulae for Various Officinal and Empirical Preparations, &c. Second Edition, with Numerous Modifications and Additions by Robley Dunglison

Iodes, AEruginous.

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Elements (2008)

Technical Data - History - Processing - Applications by Per Enghag

Element names from colors Element Named after Language Meaning Cesium Cæsius Latin Sky-blue Chlorine Chloros Greek Greenish-yellow Chromium Chroma Greek Color Indium Indigo Latin The blue color indigo Iodine Iodes ...

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Cortinarius iodes

Cortinarius iodes, aka Viscid Violet Cort.

Edible but not recommended.

They are covered in slime, and often have yellow splotches.

Photo credit: Celes247

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Scrabble value of I1O1D2E1S1

The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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