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Definition of the noun stellaria

What does stellaria mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: -

  1. common chickweed; stitchwort

Phrases with Stellaria

Phrases starting with the word Stellaria:

  1. Stellaria Celsa
  2. Stellaria corei
  3. Stellaria Dubia
  4. Stellaria laeta
  5. stellaria media
  6. Stellaria parva
  7. Stellaria alsine
  8. Stellaria atrata
  9. Stellaria Bifida
  10. Stellaria crispa
  11. Stellaria Davidi
  12. Stellaria dulcis
  13. Stellaria Elodes
  14. Stellaria Exigua
  15. Stellaria Glabra
  16. Stellaria glauca
  17. Stellaria Juncea
  18. Stellaria Mollis

Phrases ending with the word Stellaria:

  1. genus stellaria
  2. phlox stellaria

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Stellaria

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Google previewShawnee National Park (N.F.), Natural Area Trails Project (2003)

Environmental Impact Statement

stellaria is a subspecies of cleft phlox that was first reported in Jackson County then later in Union, Johnson, and Alexander counties. A re- analysis of this subspecies by Cypher (1992) has shown that all specimens from ...

Google previewTransactions (1886)

by Massachusetts Horticultural Society

Phlox Stellaria is a showy and ...

Google previewProceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1891)

by Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia

Cladocora stellaria is a Mediterranean species, alid is distinguished by a shallow cup ; in the form from the Mexican Gulf the cup is deep, almost profound. The species is likewise distinct from that figured as Cladocora arbuscida in Agassiz's ...

Google previewAnnual Report for ... (1887)

by Massachusetts Horticultural Society

Phlox Stellaria is a showy and floriferous plant with light rosy flowers. The delicate genus Primula, or Primrose, is represented by several very neat species. P. Mist-issz'nica grows only four inches high, and has rose colored flowers. P. farinosa ...

Google previewPlant Systematics (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Stellaria is a genus of about 90120 species flowering plants in the family Caryophyllaceae, with a cosmopolitan distribution. Common names include stitchwort and chickweed. The genus Arceuthobium, commonly called Dwarf Mistletoes, is a ...

Google previewThe national encyclopædia. Libr. ed (1879)

by National cyclopaedia

STELLARIA is a genus of plants belonging to the order Caryophylle.k, and the tribe Alsines. The characters of the genus are: — sepals five, petals five, deeply- cleft, stamens ten, styles three, capsule opening by six valves, many-seeded.

Google previewTruth (1893)

The Stellaria is a fancy fabric starred over ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1810)

Cucubalus, berry-bearing chickweed ; Silene, viscous campion; Stellaria, greater chickweed ; Arenaria, sandwort; Cherleria; Garidelia, fennel flower of Crete; Malpighia, Barbadoes cherry ; Banisteria; Triopteris; Erythroxilum ; Hiraea; and ...

Google previewThe American Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Ophthalmology (1920)

by Casey Albert Wood

Stellaria holostea. LIAY-GRASS. The bruised leaves, the juice, and a distilled water made from this plant have been used as an application to sore eyes. Stellaria media. Cmcxwrznn. All parts of this species are somewhat astringent, and were ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis (1810)

by John Wilkes

cous campion; Stellaria, greater chickweed; Arenaria, slmdwort; Cherleria, Garidella, fennel flower of Crete; D/Ialpighia, Barbadoes cherry; Banisteria; ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge (1806)

by Encyclopaedia Perthensis

Stellaria graminea. less stitebwort. The stem is near a foot high. The leaves are linear and entire, and the flowers grow in loose panicles. It is frequent in drv pastures. There is a variety of this species called bog st'itcbnuort, with smooth, oval, ...

Google previewThe New York Botanical Garden Illustrated Encyclopedia of Horticulture (1982)

by Thomas H. Everett

STELLARIA (Stel-laria) — Easter Bells or Stitchwort.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Quaternary Science (2013)

by Scott Elias, Cary Mock

Sanicula europaea Scilla type Stachys sylvaticatype Stellaria holostea Stellaria nemorum Symphytum Trientalis europaea Vicia type cf. Lathyrus sylvestris Vicia sylvaticatype Viola canina Polypodiaceae undiff. Athyrium filixfemina Dryopteris ...

Google previewDictionary of Dreams (2001)

by Farokh Jamshed Master, Jamshed Farokh


Google previewDictionary of Generic Names of Seed Plants (1995)

by Tatiana Wielgorskaya, Armen Leonovich Takhtadzhi͡an

Pleioneura, Plett- kea, Pollichia, Polycarpaea, Polycarpon, Polytepalum, Psammosilene, Pseudo- stellaria, Pteranthus, Pycnophyllopsis, Pycnophyllum, Reicheella, Rhodalsine, Sagina, Sanctambrosia, Saponaria, Schiedea, Scleranthopsis, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India (1893)

by Sir George Watt

STELLARIA. media. Economic Uses of the Soapstone. Ornamental work. 2779. Domestic vessels.

STELLARIA, Linn.,- Gen. PL, J., 149. [ Caryopyhllea. Stellaria. media,. Linn.

Google previewMiddle English Dictionary (2001)

by Hans Kurath, Sherman McAllister Kuhn, Robert E. Lewis

chickweed (Stellaria media); chirche ~, '.>pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium); clere ~, q.v.; clif ~ [OE clif- wyrt], a plant of the genus Agrimonia, perh. A. eupatoria; clof- wurt [s.v. clof-bung n.]; cok-crou wortes, q.v.; col ~, a member of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Pratical Materia Medica (1902)

by John Henry Clarke

Stellaria media. Chickweed. N. 0. Caryophyllaceze. Tincture of whole fresh plant in bloom. ClinlclI.—Gout- Liver, inflammation of. Rheumatism. Psoriasis. Characteristics—The first mention of Stel. appeared in H. W., xxviii. 284 (june, 1893).

Google previewA dictionary of practical materia medica (1900)

by John Henry Clarke

Stellaria media. Chickweed. N. 0. Caryophyllaceae. Tincture of whole fresh plant in bloom. Clinical. — Gout. Liver, inflammation of. Rheumatism. Psoriasis. Characteristics. — The first mention of Stel. appeared in H. W., xxviiij 284 (June, 1893).

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