Definition of Myosotes
1. myosote [n] - See also: myosote
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Myosotes
Literary usage of Myosotes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Florist and Pomologist: A Pictorial Monthly Magazine of Flowers, Fruits by Robert Hogg (1866)
"Of the value of the myosotes for the alpine or rock garden our illustration speaks in language which is silently eloquent. The plant we now figure, ..."
2. The Journal of Malacology by Walter Edward Collinge (1891)
"Melampus myosotes. Aberavon. The number of species enumerated in this list is 135, and 19 varieties. SLUGS AND FROST. BY KJ LOWE, FRS, &c. ..."
3. A Japanese-English and English-Japanese Dictionary by James Curtis Hepburn (1886)
"The Forget-me- not, myosotes palustris. EURO /i- =) i> JR. )§ Wandering about without any settled home, as an outcast: — no mi ni naru, to become a wanderer ..."
4. Reports of Explorations in the Territory of Alaska (Cooks Inlet, Sushitna by Edwin Forbes Glenn, William Ralph Abercrombie (1899)
"... and are covered with flowers from top to bottom, and there are acres and acres of them. We have myosotes, and blue and white violets, ..."
5. Nouveau dictionnaire d'histoire naturelle, appliquée aux arts, à l by Jacques Eustache de Sève (1819)
"... et renfermant nn venin qui sort par deux petites ouvertures. SCORPIONE. Plante du genre des myosotes. (B.) Cette famille est composée du genre scorpion, ..."