Definition of Momordica balsamina

1. Noun. A tropical Old World flowering vine with red or orange warty fruit.

Exact synonyms: Balsam Apple
Generic synonyms: Gourd, Gourd Vine
Group relationships: Genus Momordica, Momordica



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Momordica Balsamina

Molothrus
Molotov
Molotov cocktail
Molotov cocktails
Moluccas
Molucella
Molucella laevis
Molva
Molva molva
Mom
Mom and apple pie
Mombasa
Mommsen
Mommy
Momordica
Momordica balsamina (current term)
Momordica charantia
Momos
Momotidae
Momotus
Mon-Khmer
Mona
Mona Lisa
Monacan
Monaco
Monaco-Ville
Monaghan
Monakow
Monakow's bundle

Literary usage of Momordica balsamina

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1. The Homeopathic Practice of Surgery, Together with Operative Surgery by Benjamin L. Hill, James George Hunt (1855)
"The Momordica balsamina we regard as in no respect inferior to the Calendula, and would recommend a trial of it by the profession. ..."

2. Carotinoids and Related Pigments: The Chromolipoids by Leroy Sheldon Palmer (1922)
"... Momordica balsamina (Balsam Apple) and Passiflora coerulea (Passion flower ... the red pigment in the bright red aril of Momordica balsamina is lycopin. ..."

3. A Clinical materia medica by Ernest Albert Farrington (1897)
"diuretic. 4. Cucurbita (Squash). The seeds are 5. Momordica balsamina. ... Fifth on the list is the Momordica balsamina; of this we have but one ..."

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