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Definition of the noun Spongia

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Spongia is a genus of Spongiidae, described by Linnaeus in 1759.

Spongia is a genus of Spongiidae.

Phrases with Spongia

  1. Spongia Dura
  2. Spongia idea
  3. Spongia Idia
  4. Spongia Pala
  5. Spongia Vola
  6. Spongia Aurea
  7. Spongia Basta
  8. Spongia Calyx
  9. Spongia Colus
  10. Spongia Conus
  11. Spongia Fulva
  12. Spongia Fusca
  13. Spongia Manus
  14. Spongia Nigra
  15. Spongia Nivea
  16. Spongia Pikei
  17. Spongia Plana
  18. Spongia Pluma
  19. Spongia Prava
  20. genus Spongia

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Spongia

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Google previewIsidore of Seville's Etymologies: Complete English Translation (2005)

Spongia is a stone created from water; ...

Google previewThe Science of Therapeutics (1869)

According to the Principles of Homoeopathy by Bernhard Baehr

Xext to Aconite, Spongia is the principal remedy in the so-called catarrhal croup, with distinct symptoms of oedema of the mucous lining of the glottis. The cough is barking, hoarse, hollow, comes in paroxysms, especially at night, without ...

Google previewThe Healing Remedies Sourcebook (2012)

Over 1000 Natural Remedies to Prevent and Cure Common Ailments by C. Shealy, Norman Shealy

Homeopathy Spongia is the traditional treatment for croup, and can be.

Google previewEssays in 3 Books (1711)

by Michel de Montaigne

with a Spunge ; which is the reason that Spongia is a smutty Word in Latin j, Which Spunge was also fastned to the end of ...

Google previewTherapeutic Hints (2005)

by Dhirendra Chandra Das Gupta

Spongia is a long used remedy. It contains Iodine. In the valleys where goitre abounds the popular remedy is a powder containing powdered egg-shell ( Calcarea Carb), burnt sponge (Spongia) and sugar. Externally, Baehr recommends to ...

Google previewHand-Book for Travellers in Northern Italy: states of Sardinia, Lombardy and Venice, Parma and Piacenza, Modena, Lucca, Massa-Carrara, and Tuscany, as far as the Val d'Arno. [By Sir Francis Palgrave.] With a travelling map (1842)

by John Murray (Firm), Sir Francis Palgrave

The “ spon_ gia” has puzzled the commentators, and Baker translates it by “ a loose coat of mail ;" but Mafi'ei supposes, and with much show of reason, that the spongia is the ball wielded by Oliver, and which closely represents a sponge in its ...

Google previewThe Reinvention of Obscenity (2002)

Sex, Lies, and Tabloids in Early Modern France by Joan DeJean

with a sponge; that's why spongia is an obscene word in Latin” (quoted in Godefroy, Dictionnaire de ...

Google previewA dictionary of terms used in medicine and the collateral sciences (1856)

by Richard Dennis Hoblyn

SPONGIA OFFICINALIS. Officinal Sponge; a porous substance, found adhering to rocks, and generally referred to the class of Poripkerous animals. Commercial sponge is the dry skeleton of the animal, from which the gelatinous flesh has ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica (1902)

by John Henry Clarke

Spongia. Tosta. Common Sponge, roasted. N. 0. Coelenterata. Tincture (20 grains in 400 drops of alcohol). Clinical. — Aneurism. Angina pectoris. Asthma. Catalepsy. Chin, affections of. Clumsiness. Constipation. Cough. Croup. Diplopia .

Google previewKritisch-etymologisches Wörterbuch der magyarischen Sprache, etc. (Magyaricae linguae lexicon critico-etymologicum, etc.). (1833)

by Gergely DANKOVSZKY

spongia, der Schwamm. Ollyan a' kendö , millyen a' mosdó. Proverhiurn.

Google previewThe British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences (1809)

by William Nicholson

Spongia officinalis. E. □ Spongia. L. Spongia usta. L. scr. 1 — 2. Ad Scroful. SECT. II. VEGETABILIA. Carbonas Potassae impurus.

Google previewLexicon Pharmaceuticum (1828)

Or a Pharmaceutical Dictionary, Comprehending the Pharmacopoeias of London, Edinburgh, and Dublin, with a Variety of Other Useful Information Relative to Medicine and Pharmacy ... by Thomas Castle

Sponge; or , Spongia Officinalis of the Edinburgh Pharmacopoeia, and of Lin- mcus, is a marine production, forming the habitation of insects; be- long:ingtothe class Zeophtta, order Spongia. It is naturally of a brownish yellow colour, light, ...

Google previewA Lexicon to Æschylus (1847)

by William LINWOOD (M.A.)

Butler translates, “Eheu res hominum: quas prosperas quidem vel umbra everterit , sin adversal fuerint, madens spongia is adhibita scripturam delet, h. e. cum ex rebus prosperis in adversas quis inciderit, omnis prioris felicitatistanquam ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Biological Terms (1920)

spongia, a sponge; ...

Google previewA Lexicon to Aeschylus (1843)

Containing a Critical Explanation of the More Difficult Passages in the Seven Tragedies by William Linwood

madens spongia iis adhibita scripturam delet, h. e. cum ex rebus prosperis in adversas quis inciderit, omnis prioris felicitatistanquam spongia adhibita, memoria deletur. Atque haee multum prae illis doleo. Multo magis deploro statum rerum ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

Spongia DichotoMA, dichotomous or forked fonze, is stiff, branched, with round, upright, elastic branches, covered with minute hairs. It is found on the coast of Norway, and also according to Berkenhout, on the Cornish and Yorkshire coasts.

Google previewA Dictionary of Medical Science (1893)

Containing a Full Explanation of the Various Subjects and Terms of Anatomy, Physiology, ... by Robley Dunglison

prepared', see Spongia. S. tent, see Spongia. 8. tent, car'bollzed, see Spongia. Sponge-graft'lng. Filling a cavity with sponge, which is allowed to be absorbed. Spon'gl (spongos). Tumefied glands of the neck .

Google previewAmerican Edition of the British Encyclopedia (1821)

Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ; Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge by William Nicholson

Spongia officinalis. E. Spongia. L. Spongia usta. L. scr. 1 — 2. Ad Scroful. SECT. II. VEGETABILIA. Carbonas Potassae impurus. Aqua Potassae. Potassa. E. Externe . Kali purum.

Google previewMedical Lexicon. A New Dictionary of Medical Science, containing a concise account of the various subjects and terms, ... and formulae for ... preparations etc. Third edition (1842)

by Robley DUNGLISON

SPONGIA, Sponges, Spongia qflicina'lis, Spongia Marina, Sponge, (F.) Epongc.

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Small photo of Sponza Palace (Palaca Sponza), also called Divona (from dogana, customs), name from spongia, the spot where rainwater was collected, a 16th-century palace in Dubrovnik, CroatiaSmall photo of DUBROVNIK, CROATIA - AUGUST 13, 2015: The Sponza Palace, also called Divona, is a 16th-century palace. Its name is derived from the Latin word "spongia", the spot where rainwater was collected.Small photo of DUBROVNIK, CROATIA - AUGUST 13, 2015: The Sponza Palace, also called Divona, is a 16th-century palace. Its name is derived from the Latin word "spongia", the spot where rainwater was collected.Small photo of DUBROVNIK, CROATIA - AUGUST 13, 2015: The Sponza Palace, also called Divona, is a 16th-century palace. Its name is derived from the Latin word "spongia", the spot where rainwater was collected. More...

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