Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A genus of plants, type of the order Zingiberaceæ and of the tribe Zingibereæ.

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  • noun Any member of the genus Zingiber of gingers.

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  • noun tropical Asiatic and Polynesian perennial plants: ginger

Etymologies

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From Translingual Zingiber

Examples

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  • Then, as suddenly as it had appeared, a. zingiber was discarded and dismissed as “showing robust breeder potential but lacking any further utility.”

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  • I looked through all of them but could find no reference to annona zingiber, Puzzled, I searched the shelves for suitable reference material and pulled out a thick dog-eared volume titled Botanical

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  • Then, as suddenly as it had appeared, a. zingiber was discarded and dismissed as “showing robust breeder potential but lacking any further utility.”

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  • XII it appeared he'd dropped his morbid obsessions and gone back to working with annonaceae, concentrating on-a species Maimon hadn ', t mentioned: a. zingiber.

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  • I looked through all of them but could find no reference to annona zingiber.

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  • Then, as suddenly as it had appeared, a. zingiber was discarded and dismissed as “showing robust breeder potential but lacking any further utility.”

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  • _Zingiber officinale_, L. (_Amomum zingiber_, L. and Blanco.)

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