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Definition of the noun Anguria

What does Anguria mean as a name of something?

Anguria is a genus of Cucurbitaceae.

Anguria is a genus of Cucurbitaceae.

Anguria is a genus of Benincaseae.

Phrases with Anguria

Phrases starting with the word Anguria:

  1. Anguria Ulei
  2. Anguria Dubia
  3. Anguria Ovata
  4. Anguria Rosea
  5. Anguria Indica
  6. Anguria Lanata
  7. Anguria Lobata
  8. Anguria pedata
  9. Anguria Affinis
  10. Anguria Crinita
  11. Anguria Dentata
  12. Anguria Keithii
  13. Anguria Pallida
  14. Anguria Sinuata
  15. Anguria Ternata
  16. Anguria Umbrosa
  17. Anguria Villosa

Phrases ending with the word Anguria:

  1. genus Anguria
  2. Voluta Anguria
  3. Cucumis anguria

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Anguria

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Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

Anguria is a W. Indian species, with fruit about as large as a pullet's egg, much esteemed as an ingredient in soups. The SNAKE C. (U fieatunsua) grows to a great length, and is similar in quality to the common cucumber. 0. serotz'n'us is ...

Google previewColumbian cyclopedia (1897)

ft Anguria is a W. Indian species, with fruit about as large as a pullet's egg, much esteemed as an ingredient in soups. The Shake C. (0. flexuosus) grows to a great length, and is ...

Google previewHandbook of Cucurbits (2016)

Growth, Cultural Practices, and Physiology by Mohammad Pessarakli

anguria is a common inhabitant of semi-deciduous and deciduous woodland, tree and shrub savanna, grassland and semi-desert, up to 1500 m altitude. Wild and semi-domesticated ...

Google previewThe International Cyclopaedia (1900)

A Compendium of Human Knowledge

anguria is a West Indian species, with ruit aboutas large asapullet's egg, much esteemed as an ingredient in soups. The SNAKE C. (U. flewuomw) grows to a great length. and is similar in qualityto the com mon cucumber. 0'. serotz'nus is ...

Google previewLibrary of Universal Knowledge (1882)

A Reprint of the Last (1880) Edinburgh and London Edition of Chambers's Encyclopaedia : with Copious Additions by American Editors

anguria is a West Indian species, with £ as large as a pullet's egg, much esteemed as an ingredient in soups. The SNARE C. (C. flexuosus) grows to a great length, and is similar in quality to the common cucumber. C. serotinus is cultivated ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopaedia (1882)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People ...

Anguria is a West Indian species, with fruit about as large as a pullet's egg, much esteemed as an ingredient in soups. The SNAKE C. (C. flexuosus) grows to a great length, and is similar in quality to the common cucumber. C. serotinus is ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopædia: CHI to ELE (1886)

Anguria is a West Indian species, with fruit about as large as a pullet's egg, much esteemed as an ingredient in soups. The .Snake C. (C. JUxuosiu) grows to a great length, and is similar in quality to the common cucumber. C. serotinus is ...

Google previewThe American Universal Cyclopædia (1882)

A Complete Library of Knowledge. A Reprint of the Last Edinburgh and London Ed. of Chambers's Encyclopædia

anguria is a West Indian species, with fruit about as large as a pullet's egg, much esteemed as an ingredient in soups. The SNARE C. (C. flexuosus) grows to a great length, and is similar in quality to the common cucumber. C. serotinus is ...

Google previewPaxton's Magazine of Botany, and Register of Flowering Plants (1849)

Anguria is the Grecian name for the cucumber; ...

Google previewFoods and Food Production Encyclopedia (2012)

by Douglas M. Considine

Cucumis anguria is the gherkin plant, frequently confused with small cucumbers of Cucumis sativus used for pickling, and also called gherkins. Citrullus. In this classification are the watermelon, citron, and colocynth. These are coarse trailing ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

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

Anguria Miller Cucurbitaceae 143 A. melanoxylon R. Baker Australia: Coolabah apple A. subvelutina F. Mucll. Australia: broad-leaved apple A. woodsiana Bailey Australia: smudgee, Wood's apple Angorchis Thouars Orchidaceae Origins: ...

Google previewThe Endangered English Dictionary: Bodacious Words Your Dictionary Forgot (1997)

by David Grambs

in English or in plain English esprit de 1'escalier or, Anglice, staircase wit anguria (ang-YOOR-ee-a) a gourd or watermelon a head like a bewigged anguria angustate (ang-US-tayt) narrowed ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Fruit and Nuts (2008)

by Jules Janick, Robert E. Paull

anguria var. anguria), also known as bur gherkin, is a native of tropical Africa (Robinson and Decker-Walters, 1997). It was introduced to the West Indies by the slave trade and has been cultivated in tropical regions of the ...

Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Agronomic Plants (2012)

by G. Rehm

white egusi, white melon ouonde calabaza pamúe egusi itoo, goussi Cucumis anguria L. var. anguria ...

Google previewFoods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set (1993)

by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger

anguria. Small cucumbers used for pickling are often called gherkins. But the true gherkin is another plant closely related to the cucumber, which bears many little spiny fruits shaped like olives, and which is cultivated chiefly in Brazil and the ...

Google previewUniversal Technological Dictionary, Or Familiar Explanation of the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences, Containing Definitions Drawn from the Original Writers and Illustrated by Plates, Epigrams, Cuts, &c. by George Crabb (1833)

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Anguria pednta, seu polyp/ryllos, a perennial, native of St. Domingo.-An_guria tri oliala, seu Cucumis triphyllus, native of St. Domingo. P am. Plant. Americ.; Linn. Spec. Plant. ANGURIA Cilrullus, the Cucurbila Citrullus of Linnmus. ANGU'STIA ...

Google previewCassell's Dictionary of Practical Gardening (1901)

An Illustrated Encyclopædia of Practical Horticulture for All Classes by Walter Page Wright

ANGURIA. ' Stove climbers (0rd. Cucurbitaceaa), some being herbaceous, others shrubby, evergreen, and climbing to aconsiderable height. Flowers green, yellow , or scarlet, followed by small oblong or oval fruits, classed as Gourds.

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America (2013)

by Andrew Smith

anguria, which were introduced into America only in 1793 but which spread quickly as a reliable crop free from the insects that plagued C. sativus. Cucumbers are most frequently pickled ...

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

Anguria trilobata: leaves three-lobed. This plant has a very shining appearance.

Google previewA Dictionary of Popular Names of the Plants which Furnish the Natural and Acquired Wants of Man, in All Matters of Domestic and General Economy (1882)

Their History, Products, & Uses by John Smith

anguria. Cucumber Tree. (See Magnolia.) Cudbear (Lecarwra tartarea), a crustaceous lichen growing abundantly on stones, rocks, walls, and on dry ground ; early employed in ...

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The value of this 7-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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