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- n. Any of the genus Nelumbo of aquatic plants with large, showy flowers resembling water lilies.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of water-lilies, forming the tribe Nelumboneæ in the order Nymphæaceæ, known by the broadly obconical receptacle.
- n. A plant of this genus.
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- n. sometimes placed in the family Nymphaeaceae: lotuses
The dromos, or avenue of sphinxes, was carpeted with palm and nelumbo leaves, and copper censers as large as caldrons had been set at equidistance from one another, and an unceasing reek of aromatics drifted up from them throughout the day.
The first (_Nelumbieæ_) has but a single species, the yellow lotus or nelumbo (_Nelumbo lutea_), common in the waters of the west and southwest, but rare eastward (Fig. 101, _F_).
A striking feature in the garden is this beautiful water-rose, or lotus-flower (nymphaea nelumbo), which was originally a native of
The bunga tarati or seruja (Nymphaea nelumbo) as well as several other beautiful kinds of aquatic plants are found upon the inland waters of this country.
According to the DA, ingredients include: canavalia rosea, clematis vitalba, nelumbo nucifera, pedicularis grand folia, heimia salicifolia, leonurus sibiricus, ledum palustre, blue lotus, baybean and a number of other herbs.
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Shveta Thakrar: Padmamukhi the Lotus-Mouthed, Nelumbonaceae nelumbo
a year before it comes forth, and in the seeds of nymphea nelumbo the leaves of the plant were seen so distinctly that the author found out by them what plant the seeds belonged to.