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Definition of the noun noctua
What does noctua mean as a name of something?
noun - plural:
- noctua: noctuas
- Noctua: -
- type genus of the Noctuidae: moths whose larvae are cutworms
Noctua is a computer hardware manufacturer of CPU coolers and computer fans for primarily the enthusiast market. The company was founded in 2005 and is a joint venture between Austrian Rascom Computer Distribution GmbH and Taiwanese Kolink International Corporation.
- also known as Hãng Noctua
- official website: www.noctua.at
Noctua was a seldom mentioned constellation that was once placed between the end of the tail of Hydra, the sea-serpent and Libra. The origins of the constellation are unknown, but an image of it appears in A Celestial Atlas by the British amateur astronomer Alexander Jamieson, and in the American astronomer Elijah Burritt's Atlas, part of his Geography of the Heavens. Noctua seemed to replace the earlier constellations of Turdus Solitarius, the solitary thrush and John Flamsteed's Hermit Bird. All of these constellations are no longer recognized by astronomers.
- also known as 猫头鹰座
Phrases with Noctua
Phrases starting with the word Noctua:
- Noctua Comes
- Noctua Elata
- Noctua Nigra
- Noctua Adepta
- Noctua Hoegei
- Noctua Infusa
- Noctua Innuba
- Noctua Litura
- Noctua Barbara
- Noctua Connuba
- Noctua Pronuba
- Noctua Suffusa
Phrases ending with the word Noctua:
- genus noctua
- Strix Noctua
- athene noctua
- Erebia Noctua
- Abricta Noctua
- Lipinia noctua
- Ricania Noctua
- Scincus Noctua
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Noctua
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Annual Report (1877)
by Missouri. State Board of Agriculture
(Noctua is an old genus of the order Lepidoptera) , and that for this insect the solution must be made of double strength, whereas, thus made, it will injure most grasses. The special notice closes with the following paragraph : Furthermore, lest ...
Annual Report by Missouri. State Board of Agriculture
(Noctua is an old genus of the order Lepidoptera), and that for this insect the solution must be made of double strength, whereas, thus made, it will injure most grasses. The special notice closes with the following paragraph : Furthermore, lest a ...
by Daniel R. Davis, Rowland Jones
animal from the light ; noctua is the night one ; elios is from c-il-o, the from the light ; glaux is from ag-il-ux, from the high light ; whence the rest. Ox; Ux ; Bous ; Bos. Ux is from u-ux, the higher animal ; whence ox ; bous and bos are from bi-ux , ...
A Comprehensive Guide by George R. Zug
reproduction: Lipinia noctua is a livebearer, seemingly with different litter sizes in different geographic regions and perhaps associated ...
Avian survivors (2011)
The History and Biogeography of Palearctic Birds by Clive Finlayson
noctua is a semi-generalist with a pan-palearctic range across the mid-latitude belt (Latitude Category D). An inhabitant of rocky habitats, it has spread right across ...
Australian High Country Owls (2011)
by Jerry Olsen
Noctua is the Latin name of Minerva's sacred owl. In contrast to Tyto, Ninox owls are small to large owls with relatively long tails, and some primaries are emarginated. Facial discs are indistinct, and the owls' nostrils are in front of the swollen ...
Scientific American (1876)
(noctua is an old genus of the order lepidopt and that for this insect the solution must be made of d strength, whereas, thus made, it will injure most grass The special notice closes with the following paragraph Furthermore, lest a prejudice ...
by Sir David Brewster
Noctua. Fabricius. Wings expanded. Sp. 1. Odorus. Noctua odora. Erebus odorus . EREBUs. Fabricius. Latreille. FAMILY II. Noctuida. Palpi with the last joint much shorter than the preceding, squamous. GENUS CCCCLIV. Noctua. BoMBYx.
by Manuel Merino-Rodríguez
en fr el it de cabbage moth noctuelle du chou noctua de la col mamestra del cavolo, nottua del cavolo Kohleule, Herzwurm 463 Marnestra oleracea (Polia oleracea) en ...
The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)
Noctua. Fabricius. Wings expanded. Sh. 1. Odorus. JWoctua odora. Fabricius. Erebus odorus. Latreille. EREBUs. Latreille. FAMILY II. JWoctuida. Palpi with the last joint much shorter than the preoeding, squamous. GENUs CCCCLIV. Noctua.
Encyclopaedia Metropolitana (1845)
Or Universal Dictionary of Knowledge ... Comprising the Twofoldadvantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
noctua fuliginosa, see Phragmatobia, xxiii. 323 (Noctua) gothica, sec Semiophora, ...
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
Noctua, with densely feathered toes and a long graduated tail. Strix funerea. S. Hudsonia. S. uralensis. S. occipitrina. All these species are very ill defined. Gen. 8. Scops of Savigny.—Ears level with the head; the disks imperfect; toes naked; ...
A Practical and Scientific Encyclopedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by George Nicholson
Noctua (Night Moths). Noctnidaa. moths; Noctua. Notodontidae. Moths .
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Noctua tirrenica (probably)
Noctuidae, Noctuinae, Noctuini, Noctuina. Noctua tirrenica?
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