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Oxleya

Definition of the noun Oxleya

What does Oxleya mean as a name of something?

Oxleya is a genus of Rutaceae, described by W.J. Hooker in 1830.

Oxleya is a genus of Turbinoptidae, described by Domrow in 1965.

Oxleya is a genus of Rutaceae.

Oxleya is a genus of Rutaceae.

Phrases with Oxleya

  1. Oxleya Podargi
  2. Oxleya Xanthoxyla
  3. Species Oxleya Podargi
  4. Genus Oxleya

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Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Nmaes (1999)

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

Oxleya Hook. Rutaceae 1919 South Africa: rooisuring, rooituinsuring, suring, tuinsuring O. luteola Jacq. (Oxalis balsamifera E. Mey. ex Sond.) English: pink sorrel South Africa: pienksuring O. magellanica G. Forst. English: white wood sorrel O. obliquifolia Steud. ex Rich. Southern Africa: bolila (Sotho) O. oregana Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray English: red wood-sorrel O. ortgiesii Reg. English: tree oxalis O. perennans Haw. English: scour wood sorrel O. pes-caprae L. English: Bermuda ...

Google previewCHAMBERS'S ENCYCLOPEDIA: A DICTIONARY OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE FOR THE PEOPLE. (1872)

OXLEYA— OXYGEN . OXYGEN—OYSTER. OYSTER. OYSTER. arose, as has been already said, partly instead of the old halls, and were partly at first connected with the monasteries, it being by means of these institutions that benevolent persons were enabled to give permanent support to poor secular scholars. University and Balliol, which now rank as the oldest colleges, were in point of fact halls supported by endowments ...

Google previewThe 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)

Part 2

OXLEYA.

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary (1863)

English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie

The chief genera are Cedrela Swietenia, Chloroxylon, Flindersia, Oxleya, and Carapa. C. Swietenia contains two important species. The first, Swietenia Mahagoni, furnishes the mahogany of commerce. [See MAHoGANY.] The second species is Swietenia Febrifuga, known in India under the name of Soymida, and called on the Coromandel coast the ...

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary, English, Technological, and Scientific ... (1859)

by John Ogilvie

The chief genera are Cedrela Swietenia, Chtoro- xylon, Flindersia, Oxleya, and Carapa. C. Swietenia contains two important species. The first, Swietenia Maha- goni, furnishes the mahogany of commerce. [See Mahogany.] The second species is Swietenia Febrifuga, known in India under the name of Soymida, and called on the Coromandel coast the red -wood tree.

Google previewThe Universal English Dictionary (1869)

Comprising the Etymology, Definition, and Pronunciation of All Known Words in the Language, as Well as Technical Terms Used in Art, Science, Literature, Commerce, and Law by John Craig, P. Austin Nuttall

OxLEYA, oks-le 'ya, s. (in honour of Mr. Oxley, New South Wales.) A genus of plants, consisting of a tree 100 feet in height or more, a native of the eastern coast of New Holland: Order, Cedrelaceae. . OxLIKE, oks"like, a. Resembling an ox. OxLIP, oks'lip, s. The Cowslip, a plant. OxPECKER, oks'pek-ur, s. A bird of the genus Buphaga: Family, ...

Google previewA pocket botanical dictionary, by J. Paxton assisted by prof. Lindley (1868)

by Samuel Hereman

Oxleya, Hooker. In honour of Mr. Oxley, late surveyor-general of New South Wales. Linn. 10, Or. 1, Nat. Or. Cedrel&cea. A fine tree, attaining the height of one hundred feet ; it should be grown in loam, peat, and sand, and cuttings of the ripened wood will root in sand, under a glass, provided the leaves are not shortened. xanthaxylon ...

Google previewthe globe encyclopaedia of universal information (1877)

by john m. ross

Wales {Oxleya xanthoxyld), &c, belong to the order — in which,, in all, there are nine genera and twenty-five species known. The barks of several are used as febrifuges in diarrhoea, &c. Cef'alu ('on the. headland;5' anc. Cephaladium), a seaport of Sicily, province of Palermo, 37 miles E.S.E. of the city of Palermo, on a headland stretching far into the sea. It has a cathedral, and the ...

Google previewPaxton's Botanical Dictionary (1868)

Comprising the Names, History, and Culture of All Plants Known in Britain; with a Full Explanation of Technical Terms. New Ed. Including All the New Plants Up to the Present Year by Sir Joseph Paxton

Oxleya, Hooker. In honour of Mr. Oxley, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1870)

by Robert Gordon Latham

Oxleya xanthoxyla, a large tree, is the yellow-wood of New South Wales.— Lindley, Vegetable Kingdom. Yéllow-wort. s. In Botany. Native plant of the genus Chlora (species, perfoliata). Yéllowberry. s. Berry of Rhamnus infectorius (a species of buckthorn), used in dyeing. Fellow-berries are imported in large quantities from the south of Europe, and the Levant.—Brande # Coa, Dictionary of Science, Literature, and rt. Yéllowboy. s. Gold coin. A very low word. John did not starve the cause ...

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