Definition of Sisham

1. Noun. East Indian tree whose leaves are used for fodder; yields a compact dark brown durable timber used in shipbuilding and making railroad ties.

Exact synonyms: Dalbergia Sissoo, Sissoo, Sissu
Group relationships: Dalbergia, Genus Dalbergia
Generic synonyms: Tree



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sisham

sirupy
sirvente
sirventes
sis
sis boom bah
sisal
sisal family
sisal hemp
sisals
siscowet
siscowets
sise
sisel
siserary
sises
sisham (current term)
sisig
siskin
siskins
siskiwit
siskiwits
siskiyou lewisia
sismograph
sismographs
sismometer
sismometers
sismotherapy
sisomicin
sisomicin-gentamicin resistance ribosomal RNA methylase
sisomicin sulfate

Literary usage of Sisham

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1. A Comparative Grammar of the Sanskrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian by Franz Bopp (1862)
"... but deserves notice on this account, that it makes the verb substantive so broad that it cannot be overlooked ; for in forms like ayd-sisham, " I went," ..."

2. A Comparative Grammar of the Sanscrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian by Franz Bopp, Edward Backhouse Eastwick, Horace Hayman Wilson (1845)
"... but deserves notice on this account, that it makes the verb substantive so broad that it cannot be overlooked; for in forms like ayd-sisham, " I went," ..."

3. A Comparative Grammar of the Sanscrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian by Franz Bopp, Edward Backhouse Eastwick, Horace Hayman Wilson (1845)
"... but deserves notice on this account, that it makes the verb substantive so broad that it cannot be overlooked: for in forms like ayd-sisham, ..."

4. A Comparative Grammar of the Sanskrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian by Franz Bopp, Edward Backhouse Eastwick (1856)
"... but deserves notice on this account, that it makes the verb substantive so broad that it cannot be overlooked ; for in forms like ayd-sisham, " I went," ..."

5. The Indian Forester (1876)
"... pipal, gular, and sisham trees. These are rapid-growing trees, and favorites with the natives. V.—Entertain a mali for 18 months from date of sowing ..."

6. The Indian Forester; a Quarterly Magazine of Forestry (1876)
"To water the burgat, sisham, pipal, and gular plants only. VI.—The babul fence should be thinned the third year, thinned again the 4th and 5th years, ..."

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