Definition of Pichurim

1. a South American tree [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pichurim

picea
piceatannol
piceatannols
picenadol
picene
picenes
piceous
pichey
pichi
pichia
pichiciago
pichiciego
pichinde virus
picholine
picholines
pichurim (current term)
pichurim bean
pichurims
pichvai
pichvais
pici
picibanil
piciform
piciform bird
piciformes
picine
pick
pick's disease
pick-axe
pick-axes

Literary usage of Pichurim

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1. A Practical Treatise on Animal and Vegetable Fats and Oils: Comprising Both by William Theodore Brannt, Karl Schaedler (1896)
"pichurim beans yield, according to A. Muller, 0.7 per cent, of a yellow green oil possessing the peculiar odor of the beans. It is sparingly soluble in ..."

2. Handbook of Pharmacognosy by Otto Augustus Wall (1917)
"D. There are two varieties of pichurim beans, which are the product of the same variety of tree, the difference in size being due probably to differences in ..."

3. New Homœopathic Pharmacopæia & Posology: Or the Mode of Preparing by Charles Julius Hempel, Joseph Benedict Buchner, Carl Ernst Gruner, Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr (1850)
"Exposed to the air, it easily becomes rancid ; but properly secured, it may be kept pure for years. Compare: CERA. 18. pichurim, Laurus ..."

4. New Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia and Posology by G.H. Jahr (1842)
"We use the recently expressed juice of the berries, treated like that of all fresh vegetable substances. pichurim, Laurus ..."

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