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Clinanthus

Definition of the noun Clinanthus

What does Clinanthus mean as a name of something?

Clinanthus is a genus of Amaryllidaceae.

Clinanthus is a kind of Clinantheae, described by Herb. in 1821.

Phrases with Clinanthus

  1. Clinanthus Fulvus
  2. Clinanthus Luteus
  3. Clinanthus Croceus
  4. Clinanthus Elwesii
  5. Clinanthus Humilis
  6. Clinanthus Incarum
  7. Clinanthus Incarus
  8. Clinanthus Coccineus
  9. Clinanthus Flammidis
  10. Clinanthus Flammidus
  11. Clinanthus Glareosus
  12. Clinanthus Imasumacc
  13. Clinanthus Mirabilis
  14. Clinanthus Caracensis
  15. Clinanthus Incarnatus
  16. Clinanthus Recurvatus
  17. Clinanthus Variegatus
  18. Clinanthus Campodensis
  19. Clinanthus Macleanicus
  20. Genus Clinanthus

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Clinanthus

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Google previewLexicon Medicum, Or, Medical Dictionary (1848)

Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy, Human and Comparative, Botany, Chemistry, Forensic Medicine, Materia Medica, Obstetrics, Pharmacy, Physiology, Practice of Physic, Surgery, Toxicology, and the Different Branches of Natural Sciences Connected with Medicine, Together with a Variety of Information on All These Subjects by Robert Hooper

CLINANTHUS. (From r\tym, a bed, and av6oc, a flower.) Clinanthium. The enlarged and flattened top of a common peduncle which supports several sessile flowers, as in scabiosa and dorstemia. 2. Mirbel gives this name to the part which ...

Google previewThe farmer's dictionary (1854)

a vocabulary of the technical terms recently introduced into agriculture and horticulture from various sciences, and also a compendium of practical farming, the latter chiefly from the works of the Rev. W. L. Rham, Loudon, Low and Youatt, and the most eminent American authors by Daniel Pereira Gardner

lichens, sea-weeds, fungi, and mosses ; and the leaf alone of many plants is capable of giving rise to a new individual, forming a root, a new bud, and ultimately the entire tree or plant ; thus, the orange, water-cress, mint, hoya, clinanthus, ...

Google previewThe Cottage Gardeners' Dictionary (1860)

Describing the Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables Desirable for the Garden, and Explaining the Terms and Operations Employed in Their Cultivation : with an Alphabetical List of Synonymes by George William Johnson

Allied to Clinanthus. ) A half-hardy bulb, with sweet-scented flowers. It requires fertile loam in a warm border ...

Google previewThe Cottage Gardeners Dictionary; describing the plants, fruits & vegetables desirable for the garden, etc (1857)

by George William Johnson

Allied to Clinanthus.) A half- hardy bulb, with sweet-scented flowers. It requires fertile loam in a warm border, and to be taken ...

Google previewThe Treasury of Botany; a Popular Dictionary of the Vegetable Kingdom (1870)

by John Lindley, Thomas Moore

CLINANTHUS. A name given to a group of Peruvian amaryllids ; subse' quently changed to Olitantltes, and now merged in Coburgia. [T. LL] CLINIUM. In Greek compounds=res ceptacle. Also an accessary part of cer— tain fungals, consisting ...

Google previewThe Gardeners' Dictionary, Describing the Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables Desirable for the Garden and Explaining the Terms and Operations Employed in Their Cultivation (1875)

AllkJ to Clinanthus.) Half-hardy bulb, growing in shady ...

Google previewJohnson's Gardener's Dictionary (1894)

by George William Johnson, Charles Henry Wright

Allied to Clinanthus. A half-hardy bulb, with sweet-scented flowers. It requires fertile loam in a warm border, and to be taken up on the approach of frost, and kept dry, in a pot of sand, till April, when its numerous offsets should be removed, ...

Google previewThe cottage gardener's dictionary, ed. by G.W. Johnson. [With] (1857)

by Cottage gardener

Allied to Clinanthus.) Half- hardy bulb ...

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

to Clinanthus.) Half-hardy bulb, growing in shady woods, anfc. flowering from June to November, and requires fierfect rest in winter. Offset-bulbs; rich, fibry oam ; the ...

Google previewThe Illustrated Dictionary of Gardening (1901)

A Practical and Scientific Encyclopaedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by John Garrett, James William Helenus Trail

CLINANTHUS. The original spelling of Clitanthus, now included under Stenomesson (which see). CLINGSTONE. A torm applied to Peaches and similar ...

Google previewThe Century Supplement to the Dictionary of Gardening (1901)

A Practical and Scientific Encyclopedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by George Nicholson

CLINANTHUS. The original spelling of Clitanthus, now included under Stenomesson (which see). CLINGSTONE. A term applied to Peaches and similar ...

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Scrabble value of C3L1I1N1A1N1T1H4U1S1

The value of this 10-letter word is 15 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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