Definition of Pancratiums

1. pancratium [n] - See also: pancratium



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pancratiums

panchway
panchways
pancies
pancoast's syndrome
pancoast tumour
pancolectomy
pancontinental
pancratia
pancratiast
pancratiastic
pancratiasts
pancratic
pancratist
pancratists
pancratium
pancratiums (current term)
pancreas
pancreas accessorium
pancreas divisum
pancreas minus
pancreas transplantation
pancreases
pancreat-
pancreata
pancreatalgia
pancreatectomies
pancreatectomy
pancreatemphraxis
pancreatic
pancreatic RNase

Literary usage of Pancratiums

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1. The Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Home Farmer (1881)
"The flowers employed were pancratiums, ... predominated in the first-prize arrangement, with Tuberoses, pancratiums, and Stephanotis. It was rather small, ..."

2. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1901)
"L. | ¡ ¡ ; The names of these charming plants have been shifted back and forth between pancratiums and Hy- ..."

3. Curtis's Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed by John Sims (1820)
"... and the pancratiums of the Western hemisphere ; the European and Canary pancratiums forming * distinct genus with small black seeds like Narcissus, ..."

4. Greenhouse & Stove Plants: Flowering and Fine-leaved, Palms, Ferns, and by Thomas Baines (1885)
"A small genus of stove Bulbous plants, nearly allied to pancratiums ; they bear handsome flowers, and require to be treated, both in their propagation and ..."

5. Greenhouse and Stove Plants, Flowering and Fine-leaved, Palms, Ferns, and by Thomas Baines (1885)
"A small genus of stove Bulbous plants, nearly allied to pancratiums ; they bear handsome flowers, and require to be treated, both in their propagation and ..."

6. In My Lady's Garden by I. L. Richmond (1908)
"... which the pancratiums belong) should be grown in the compost above mentioned, giving them a mulch of richer material just as they start into life after ..."

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