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Definition of the noun Bonasia

What does Bonasia mean as a name of something?

Bonasia is a genus of Aves, described by Kaup in 1829.

Bonasia is a genus of Phasianidae, described by Bonaparte in 1828.

Bonasia is a genus of Aves, described by Fox in 1827.

Bonasia is a genus of Aves (awaiting allocation), described by Fox in 1827.

Phrases with Bonasia

Phrases ending with the word Bonasia:

  1. Genus Bonasia
  2. Acraea Bonasia
  3. Bonasa bonasia
  4. Engina Bonasia
  5. Tetrao Bonasia
  6. Andrena bonasia
  7. Tetrastes bonasia
  8. Peristernia Bonasia
  9. Acraea Bonasia Bonasia
  10. Bonasa Bonasia Bonasia
  11. Species Acraea Bonasia
  12. species Bonasa bonasia
  13. Species Engina Bonasia
  14. Species Tetrao Bonasia
  15. species Andrena bonasia

Other phrases containing the word Bonasia:

  1. Acraea Bonasia Banka
  2. Acraea Bonasia Alicia
  3. Bonasa Bonasia Rhenana
  4. Bonasa Bonasia Sibirica
  5. Bonasa Bonasia Styriaca

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Bonasia

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Google previewAmerican Ornithology; Or, The Natural History of the Birds of the United States (1832)

by Alexander Wilson, Charles Lucian Bonaparte, Sir William Jardine

* Bonasia is a sub-genus, formed by the Prince ...

Google previewAvian survivors (2011)

The History and Biogeography of Palearctic Birds by Clive Finlayson

bonasia is a bioclimatic moderate of the Boreal belt ( Latitude Category B) and has a pan-palearctic range that is discontinuous in the west. PHASIANIDAE All the species of this family, except the Coturnix quails, are ...

Google previewThe Harvard Encyclopedia (1890)

A Dictionary of Language Arts, Sciences, and General Literature

BONASIA-BONA VENTURA. BONASIA, bo-nd'sl-a: genus of gallinaceous birds of the Grouse (q.v.) family or Tetraonidm, perhaps more properly only a sub-genus of Grouse (Tetrad), distinguished by having the toes and the lower part of the ...

Google previewThe New Werner Twentieth Century Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica (1906)

A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Commerce, Biography, Discovery and Invention... with New American Supplement, Complete in Thirty Volumes

BONASIA, a genus of birds of the grouse 'family. The hazel-grouse of Europe and the American rufiied grouse, pheasant or partridge (B. umbellus) are examples. All are excellent as food, and are highly prized game-birds. BONAVISTA ...

Google previewThe Comprehensive Dictionary of Biography (1860)

Embracing a Series of Original Memoirs of the Most Distinguished Persons of All Countries, Living and Dead. To which is Added, A Classified List of the Most Distinguished Persons of All Times, Arranged Chronologically

de Bonasia Bon temps Borghesi Brioaco Buonarroti, M. Calcagni, Th. Caliari, B. Campanajo Cazali Cellini, ...

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

hazel grouse See hazel hen hazel hen A European woodland grouse, Tetrastes bonasia, mainly from Scandinavia and Russia with a white excellently flavoured and tender flesh. Also called hazelgrouse hazelnut A thickshelled nutfromthe ...

Google previewFenno-Ugric Vocabulary (1977)

An Etymological Dictionary of the Uralic Languages by Björn Collinder

fi pyy hazel-grouse, wood grouse, Tetrastes bonasia; est puu, S ptivi partridge, ...

Google previewThe Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature (1819)

by Abraham Rees

BONASIA, in Entomology, a species of Cic ADA (membracis, cruciata) found in America. Farricius describes it as having the thorax bicornuted, produced behind, and edged with white; at the base of the wings is a white spot. Bon Asia, is also ...

Google previewChamber's Encyclopaedia (1872)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People

Ruffed grouse, Bonasia. Rufigallic ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1828)

Tetrao bonasia.-The tail-feathers cinereous, with black points and band; the two intermediate excepted.- Found among the hazels of Europe and Western Siberia.

Google previewCollier's New Encyclopedia (1921)

A Loose-leaf and Self-revising Reference Work ; with Illustrations and Ninety-six Maps

the ruffled grouse is the genus Bonasia; sand grouse are the family Pteroclidae; and the wood grouse is the Capercailz'ie. They are well known to be large plump ...

Google previewDictionary of Inorganic Compounds, Supplement 3 (1995)

by Jane E. Macintyre

Bonasia, P.J. et al, Inorg. Chem., 1994, 33, 1797 (synth, cryst struct, ms, ir, ...

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The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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