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Definition of the noun Prenes

What does Prenes mean as a name of something?

Prenes is a genus of Scatophagidae, described by Gistel in 1848.

Prenes is a genus of Hesperiidae, described by Scudder in 1872.

Prenes is a genus.

    Phrases with Prenes

    Phrases starting with the word Prenes:

    1. Prenes Diduca
    2. Prenes Vimico
    3. Prenes Californica

    Phrases ending with the word Prenes:

    1. genus Prenes
    2. Musca Prenes
    3. Baccha Prenes
    4. Ocyptamus Prenes
    5. Species Musca Prenes
    6. Species Baccha Prenes

    Other phrases containing the word Prenes:

    1. Species Prenes Diduca
    2. Species Prenes Vimico
    3. Species Prenes Californica

    Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Prenes

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    Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Nmaes (1999)

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

    Origins: Greek prenes "prone, prostrate, with face downward" and anthos "flower," referring to the flower-heads. Prenia. N.E.. Br. Aizoaceae. Origins: Greek prenes "prone, prostrate, with face downward, bent forward ...

    Google previewThe Gardeners' Dictionary (1886)

    Enumerating the Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables Desirable for the Garden and Explaining the Terms and Operations Employed in Their Cultivations by George W. Johnson

    (Prom prenes, drooping ...

    Google previewPinnock's Improved Edition of Dr. Goldsmith's Abridgment of the History of Rome to which is Prefixed, an Introduction to the Study of Roman History, a Variety of Valuable Information Added Throughout the Work ... with Numerous Biographical and Historical Notes, a Dictionary Explaining the Most Difficult Words, at the Beginning and Questions for Examination (1841)

    by Oliver Goldsmith

    Prenes'tines (a), the Latins, the Veliter'ni (b), and the Gauis; the chief domestic occurrence was, the law which permitted one of the consuls to be chosen from among the plcbeians; this concession was not obtained by that order without ...

    Google previewEncyclopedia of Dinosaurs (1997)

    by Philip J. Currie, Kevin Padian

    Nemegtosaurus mongo- liensis and Opisthocoelicaudia skarzynskii, the ornithopods Saurolophus angustirostris and Barsboldia sicinskii, the pachycephalosaurs Homalocephale calathocercos and Prenocephale prenes, and the ankylosaur ...

    Google previewVine's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words (1996)

    With Topical Index by W. E. Vine, Merrill Unger

    prenes (4248), an adjective denoting “headlong, prone,” is used with the verb ginomai, “to become,” in Acts 1:18, of the death of Judas, “falling headlong”; various suggestions have been made as to the actual details; some ascribe to the ...

    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

    Gr, , head' prenes, hendlon: prone.] — Prone'ly, a h\ — Prone'neu: being prone; inclination of mind, hearl propenshm: disposition. Prong, prong, n. A sharp- pointed instrument; the "tine of a fork, etc.; a pointed projection. [W.prorio, to thrust , stab ...

    Google previewEncyclopedia of World Climatology (2008)

    by John E. Oliver

    emissions from forests and marshlands of compounds such as hydrocarbons (terpenes and iso- prenes; Guenther et al., 1995), methane and ammonia; and soil microbial processes which contribute NO , ...

    Google previewChambers's etymological dictionary of the English language, ed. by J. Donald (1882)

    by Chambers W. and R., ltd

    prenes, prone. ] Prong , prong, n. the spike of a fork or similar instrument. [Nasalised form of Prov. E. prog; to prick — W. procio ; cf. GaeL brog, to goad, and brog, an awl, and £. Brooch.

    Google previewA New Universal Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1848)

    Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)

    (prenes, drooping, and anthos, a flower, Gr.) A genus ...

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    Scrabble value of P3R1E1N1E1S1

    The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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