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- proper noun A taxonomic
genuswithin the family Clusiaceae— several evergreen Americanand Asiatic treeshaving edibleone-seeded fruits.
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Julia, the mother of Alexander Severus, was surnamed "Mammea" because she had supernumerary breasts.
The valley is also known for the huge variety of native and introduced tropical fruits: Achras sapota, Manilkara achras, Chrysophyllum caimito, Pouteria cainito, Persea americana, Mammea americana, Anacardium occidentale, Carica papaya, Annona muricata, Manguifera indica and more.
Mammea is like to give us; he'll be at twopence charges for me and my company; which if he does, he will pull Narbanus clean out of favour; for you must know, he'll live at the full height; yet in truth what good has he done us?
Mammea, No. 142; a boy, very like a Venetian boy of to-day, No. 145; a giant Minerva, No. 169; a Venus, No. 174; an Apollo, No. 223.
Julia, the mother of Alexander Severus, was surnamed ` ` Mammea '' because she had supernumerary breasts.
Two trees with large, tough, and glossy leaves, the Mammea and the
(Agave Americana), mahiz or maiz (Zea, maize), mamei (Mammea