from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A combining element meaning ‘leaf,’ used in descriptive terms and systematic names, chiefly in botany.


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  • July 13, 2008 at 2:22 pm hey phyll i am very interested about your thoughts on the species of bunnys. would you like to meet up at a local coffee shop for a cappacino? my shout

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  • "Since I know Greek prefixes and suffixes, it obviously had to be 'philic,' which is p-h-i-l, which means 'to like,' other than 'phyll,' which means plant," she said. Music briefs

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  • Spathae propria a phyll. vaivuU interipre min.Cor. tubus lon«

    Summa plantarum

  • Foi. & caul. omaiuB tenaciffimif filiform. gla». berrimi • Spatha i-phyll. cum capirulo fl. fpa - this minoribus fubidatis obvallato.

    Summa plantarum


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