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Definition of the noun draba
What does draba mean as a name of something?
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- any of numerous low-growing cushion-forming plants of the genus Draba having rosette-forming leaves and terminal racemes of small flowers with scapose or leafy stems; fruit is a dehiscent oblong or linear silique
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- more generic terms: herb / herbaceous plant = a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties
- more specific terms: whitlow grass / Draba verna / shad-flower / shadflower = annual weed of Europe and North America having a rosette of basal leaves and tiny flowers followed by oblong seed capsules
- member of: genus Draba = large genus of low tufted herbs of temperate and Arctic regions
Draba is a fictional character from the 1960 film Spartacus.
Phrases with Draba
Phrases starting with the word Draba:
- Draba Alba
- Draba cana
- Draba Laxa
- Draba Nana
- Draba Nuda
- Draba Uber
- Draba arida
- Draba Athoa
- Draba aurea
- Draba belli
- Draba Dubia
- Draba Elata
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Environmental Impact Statement
Rockcress draba: ensitive Rockcress draba is a small, herbaceous perennial that occurs in gravelly tundra soils above the timberline, often in moist soils near the edges of receding snowbanks. Occasionally this species is found in spruce-fir ...
Modern Cemetery (1895)
Draba is an extensive genus of herbaceous, or IBERIS SEMPERVIVENS. as they are regarded, alpine plants. There are perennials, biennials, and annuals among them, mostly with yellow or white flowers. They vary a good deal according to ...
by William Smith
The most boreal forms, confined to the clefts of rocks, or the vicinity of patches of snow above 9,000 feet, are Drabas (Draba is a genus of cruciferous plants), Artuaria (sandwort), one small Polentilla (or plant of the cinquefoil kind), a Fcstitta ...
The Botanist's and Gardener's New Dictionary; in which is Also Comprised, A Gardener's Calendar ... and to which is Prefixed an Introduction to the Linnæan System of Botany (1763)
by James WHEELER (Gardener at Gloucester.)
DRABA, Madwort. Cbafacten. This is a genus of the order os the siliculosa, belonging to the tetradynamia class os plants; order r. class XV. The calyx is a perianthium, consisting of sour oval, concave, erect, open and deciduous leaves.
The Gardeners Dictionary (1759)
Containing the Best and Newest Methods of Cultivating and Improving the Kitchen, Fruit, Flower Garden, and Nursery .... A - L by Philip Miller
DRABA. Dillen. Gen. Lin. Gen. Plant. 714. Alyson. Tourn. Inst. R. H. 216. Tab. 104 . The Charaćiers are, The Flower bath a four-leaved Empalement, which falls off. It bath four Petals placed in Form of a Cross. It hath six Stamina, four of which ...
Draba aizoides, or hairy-leaved alpine whitlow-grass ...
by Sir George Watt
These, along with a few other equally abundant cruciferous plants (principally Lepidium Draba), are greedily eaten by goats and sheep, and in Quetta may have much to say to the superiority of the mutton reared in that neighbourhood.
(Based on Mayne's Lexicon) by New Sydenham Society, Henry Power, Leonard William Sedgwick
DRABA. DRACAENA— DRACUNCULUS. DRACYL— DRAKENA RADIX. DKAM — DEILL. DRILLING, OPERATION OF-DROP. S., columnar. A douche in which the stream of water is round and large. S., concentric. (F. concentrer, to join in one ...
The Treasury of Botany: a Popular Dictionary of Vegetable Kingdom with which is Incorporated a Glossary of Botanical Terms Edited by John Lindley and Thomas Moore (1870)
Draba, especially Draba verna ; also .S'nxifraga tridactylites. —,WILD OAT. Dantho'nia. —, WIND. Apem Spica venti.
A New Universal Etymological, Technological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1849)
Embracing All Terms Used in Art, Science, and Literature by John Craig (Lexicographer)
DownwARDs, down'wurdz, DOWNIRIGHTLY—DRABA. DRABBING— DRACOPHYLLUM. DownRIGHTLY, down rite-le, ad. Plainly; in plain terms; bluntly. DownRIGHTNEss, down"rite-nes, s Plainness; absence of disguise. Downsitting ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1854)
Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature by Thomas Stewart Traill
Local or doubtful type— species which cannot be referred to any of the preceding types, as Potentilla rupestris, Lloydia serotina, confined to peculiar mountains in Wales, Draba aizoides and Cotoneaster vulgaris, found on the rocky coasts of ...
by George William Johnson, Charles Henry Wright
Cruciferae; See Draba. P. pyrena'ica. B. C. t. 635. See Draba pyrenaica. Petrocarya. (From petros, stone, and carya, the walnut. Nat. ord., Rosaceae.) See Parinium. P. campe'stris.
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New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY
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