Definition of Coconuts
1. Noun. (plural of coconut) ¹
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Definition of Coconuts
1. coconut [n] - See also: coconut
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Literary usage of Coconuts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1909)
"... and Samoans use coconuts as the sieve and ring are used elsewhere. The employment of the lot is universal, and many nations have deities who preside ..."
2. Venezuela: A Commercial and Industrial Handbook with a Chapter on the Dutch by Purl Lord Bell (1922)
"coconuts. coconuts are grown in considerable quantities all along the shores of Lake Maracaibo. The oil is extracted for the local soap factories, ..."
3. All about the "coconut Palm" (Cocos Nucifera): Including Practical by John Ferguson (1898)
"As far as can be judged from this single experiment, steeping in acid solutions seems to retard rather than to facilitate the germination of coconuts, ..."
4. A Dictionary of the Central Nicobarese Language (English-Nicobarese and by Edward Horace Man (1889)
"Husk coconuts (vt), et-shata. To be husked (vp), said of coconuts, ta-shata. Inherit (vl), mandya. To be inherited (vp), ..."
5. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1914)
"For this reason, coconuts thrive on the seashore under climatic ... This is the principal ground for the idea that coconuts thrive only near the sea. ..."
6. Tropical Agriculture: The Climate, Soils, Cultural Methods, Crops, Live by Earley Vernon Wilcox (1916)
"A great increase in the total supply of coconuts has thus been brought about, but limits of the demand for coconuts seem not yet to have been approached. ..."
7. Commercial Arbitration: Being a Compilation of Awards of Arbitration by Horace Arthur Dunn, Henry Probasco Dimond (1922)
"Hence, if all the coconuts in question were rotten on their arrival in New. York, the Buyer having undertaken to be responsible for ..."