Definition of Ceibas
1. ceiba [n] - See also: ceiba
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ceibas
Literary usage of Ceibas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cancun by Ulysses Travel Guides Staff (2004)
"Posada Dos ceibas $$-$$$ =, ®, 9l Carretera Tulum-Boca Paila, ... 100 pesos to the Posada Dos ceibas). ®,91 The Weary Travelers across from the AD0 bus ..."
2. The American Monthly Magazine (1837)
"The palms still lift their majestic tops, and the ceibas rub their green heads ... The palms and ceibas at last cease to appear ; but not so the flowers. ..."
3. Peter Pilgrim by Robert Montgomery Bird (1839)
"A grove of palms and ceibas, the tropical cotton-wood, rises tall and verdant at the very entrance, with birds singing, and monkeys chattering, ..."
4. The Ancient Cities of the New World: Being Travels and Explorations in by Désiré Charnay (1887)
"t It may be objected that this quotation proves nothing at all, that ceibas grow everywhere, and that the taking of possession could be easily effected on ..."
5. Yucatan by Bruce Conord, June Conord (2005)
"Posada Dos ceibas (Km 10 Boca Paila Road, it/fax 984/877-6024, ... You're already in the Sian Ka'an Biosphere if you stay at Dos ceibas. ..."