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Definition of the noun KNIDE

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Knide is a genus of Cyaneidae, described by Gistl in 1847.

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Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

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

Umbelliferae Origins: Greek knide "nettle," Latin cnide, cnides for a sea-nettle, urtica (Plinius). Cnidocarpa Pirn. Umbelliferae Origins: Greek knide " nettle" and karpos "fruit." Cnidoscolus Pohl Euphorbiaceae Origins: Greek ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Scientific Terms, Pronunciation, Derivation, and Definition of Terms in Biology, Botony, Zoology, Anatomy, Cyctology, Embroyology, Physiology (1920)

by Isabella Ferguson Henderson, William Dawson Henderson

knide, a nettle ; blastos, a bud.] A stinging cell ; a goblet- shaped cell with a long barbed thread and poisonous fluid in the interior, and a trigger-like process projecting externally, found in certain Coelenterates (zool.). cnidocil (nfdösll ...

Google previewDictionary of Invertebrate Zoology --Paperback (2010)

by Maggenti Mary Ann, Maggenti Armand, Gardner Scott

knide, nettle] 1. A phylum of primitive eumetazoans, including the hydras, jellyfish, sea anemones and corals, each bearing nematocysts. 2. In some classifications considered a subphylum of Coelenterata. 3. Sometimes considered ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Biological Terms (1920)

knide, a nettle] Acnidoblast. cnidoblast (ni'döbläst, knî'döb1äst) n. [Gk. bnide, a nettle; blastos, a bud] A stinging cell; a gobletshaped cell with a long barbed thread and poisonous fluid in the interior, and a trigger-like process projecting ...

Google previewSupplement to the Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ... (1825)

by John Jamieson

knide also signifies fear , it may ...

Google previewDorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary (2011)

by Dorland

knide ̄ a nettle] a phylum of marine invertebrates that includes three classes, Anthozoa, Hydrozoa, and Scyphozoa. It includes jellyfish, sea anemones, Portuguese men-of-war, and other animals that were formerly ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Medical Science (1893)

Containing a Full Explanation of the Various Subjects and Terms of Anatomy, Physiology, ... by Robley Dunglison

Cnidefemera, nid-ef-em'er-ah (knide, nettle, ephern- eros, ephemeral). Urticaria ephemera. Cnldelseon, nid-el-e'on (knidelaion, cnidia, elaion, oil).

Google previewWord Parts Dictionary (2000)

Standard and Reverse Listings of Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots and Combining Forms, 2d ed. by Michael J. Sheehan

knide, nettle]comb nettle; stinging organ (cnidoblast, cnidophore) co-¡ [L. pref. com-, with] ¡. suftogether; with (co- operation); 2. joint (co-owner); 3. equally (coextensive); 4. complement of (cosine ).

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Aphrodisiacs (2013)

Psychoactive Substances for Use in Sexual Practices by Christian Rätsch, Claudia Müller-Ebeling

Use The genus name Cnidium originates from the Greek word knide, “stinging nettle” (Genaust 1996, 164B). But the plant does not sting on the outside; rather, it stings the libido. Cnidium monnieri originates in China,*129 where the seed was ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Nmaes (1999)

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

" Oreocnide Miquel Urticaceae Origins: From the Greek oros "mountain" and knide "nettle." Species/ Vernacular Names: O.fruticosa (Gaudich.) Hand.-Mazz.

Google previewAmerican encyclopedic dictionary (1897)

by Robert Hunter, John Alfred Williams, Sidney John Hervon Herrtage

knide=& nettle.] ZoOl. : Certain thread-cells, called also Nemato- cysts, which exist in connection with the integuments of tho Coelenterata, and impart to them the power of inflicting a sting like that of the nettle. cnl -dl-um (or cn as n), a.

Google previewWebster's II New College Dictionary (2005)

by Webster's New World Dictionary, Editors Of Webster's II Dictionaries

knide, sea nettle.] Any of various invertebrate animals of the phylum Cnidaria, characterized by a radially symmetrical body with a saclike internal cavity, and including the jelly6shes, hydras, sea anemones , and ...

Google previewA Condensed Dictionary of the English Language Giving the Correct Spelling, Pronunciation and Definitions of Words Based on the Unabridged Dictionary of Noah Webster (1910)

by Noah Webster

knide, a nettle, kniz- ein, to scrape, cause to itch; s. rt . nit.] — Nef- tler, n. One who provokes, stings, or irritates. — Net 'tie-rash, *□ ( Med.) An eruptive disease resembling the effects of whipping with a nettle; urticaria ...

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Scrabble value of K5N1I1D2E1

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