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- n. Any of several poppy-like plants, of the genus Meconopsis, most of which are found in the Himalayas
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of plants of the natural order Papaveraceæ, the poppy family, and the tribe Eupapavereæ, charactrized by a capsule which splits open for a short distance, and by a club-shaped style bearing from four to six radiate-deflexed stigma-lobes.
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- n. herbs almost entirely of mountains of China and Tibet; often monocarpic
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Did he know a flower called meconopsis, if that was the way to spell it, a sort of poppy of a most lovely colour?
It was a meconopsis, a name derived from the Greek mekon (poppy) and opsis (like).
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