from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The type genus of the Liliaceae.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of plants of the order Liliaceæ, belonging to the tribe Tulipeæ, distinguished from the related genera by the versatile anthers.
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- n. type genus of Liliaceae
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Flowering plants such as lilium or lilies, Proteaceae family called Spider Flower and genus of perennial shrubs Hibbertia also thrive the place.
Previously I justified a Minoan reconstruction *léri (Lat lilium, Gk leirion) with *e rather than a possible alternative *ai and this is helped along by the Greek geographical name Lerna which may specifically attest to *e if meaning '(Place) of Lillies'.
Those lilium are oriental hybrids, not regale–they might be called something like Pearl.
I absolutely love the combination of grasses and lilium.
According to the ASPCA's poison control experts, all plants in the genera lilium are toxic to cats.
At the ministration of Communion, Ms. Cunningham sings her setting of the Marian hymn O lilium convallium “O lily of the valley”, to an accompaniment by Mr. Kennerley.
Unique successor of St Peter in his time or not, Urban VIII lilium et rosa is one of my favourites.
In Clangat plebs flores/Sicut lilium this results in an uneven distribution of the three statements of the cantus firmus over the two sections, with the last two statements squeezed into the final quarter of the piece.
ANTHEM: "Iustus germinabit sicut lilium" (Jakob (Handl) Gallus 1550 - 1591)
Planted two years ago are the now budded Chinese trumpet lilies, lilium ‘Regale’.
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