from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of perennial herbs with creeping stolons, of the natural order Rosaceœ, the fruit of which is known as the strawberry.
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- n. strawberries
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Strawberries take their name from the Latin word, "fragaria," meaning fragrant.
"Attenuation of meal-induced inflammatory and thrombotic responses in overweight men and women after 6-week daily strawberry fragaria intake."
The marauders were a loose-knit band of activists called the Fragaria Freedom Fighters fragaria being Latin for strawberry.
That the strawberry should belong to the rose family, and that its botanical name should be fragaria, from the Latin fragro, to smell sweetly, will seem both natural and appropriate.
This lateral or lineal generation of plants, not only obtains in the buds of trees, which continue to adhere to them, but is beautifully seen in the wires of knot-grass, polygonum aviculare, and in those of strawberries, fragaria vesca.
(vitis vinifera), Raspberry extract (rubus idaeus), Strawberry extract (fragaria chiloensis),
This plant has fruited also in England, but doubts are entertained of its being really a fragaria, By Dr. Smith it is termed a potentilla.)