Definition of Jarina
1. the hard seed of a palm tree [n -S]
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Literary usage of Jarina
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1. Notes on English Divines by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1853)
"... with irrefutable force against the doctrine and practice of the Romish Church, as it in fact exists, and no less against the Familists and istius jarina ..."
2. The Lower Amazon: A Narrative of Explorations in the Little Known Regions of by Algot Lange (1914)
"It is not quite as good as the "vegetable ivory" from the jarina palm, but it would form a good raw product for button manufacture as it is readily carved ..."
3. Comparative Zoology: Structural and Systematic, for Use in Schools and Colleges by James Orton, Edward Asahel Birge (1883)
"... and Gre- (jarina, consist of a single cell. In fact, the cycle of life in all living beings, high or low, begins in a small, round particle of matter—in ..."
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