Definition of Coffea
1. Noun. Coffee trees.
Generic synonyms: Asterid Dicot Genus
Group relationships: Family Rubiaceae, Madder Family, Rubiaceae
Member holonyms: Coffee, Coffee Tree
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coffea
Literary usage of Coffea
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Characteristic Materia Medica by William H. Burt (1873)
"Stapf says the primary effects of coffea are, " a pathological excitation ... When coffea acts moderately upon the healthy organism, the irritability of the ..."
2. A Botanical Materia Medica by Jonathan Stokes (1812)
"... cum fructu suo Buna. Park, theatr. 1623, with the addition of the fruit. Bon, vel Ban arbor. Bauh. J. ia 422. It,:li hist. 1691. coffea. Lew. i. ..."
3. Leaders in homoeopathic therapeutics by Eugene Beauharnais Nash (1901)
"The coffea patient is a subject of very great general exalted sensibility ... Hering used to recommend Aconite and coffea in alternation in painful ..."
4. A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by John Henry Clarke (1900)
"coffea Tosta. Coffee. N. 0. Rubiaceae. Infusion of the well-roasted berries. ... The symptoms of coffea t. have been principally obtained from sensitive ..."
5. A Clinical materia medica by Ernest Albert Farrington (1897)
"coffea also produces an ecstatic state of mind. Here it finds a concordant remedy in Cypripedium. Especially is the latter remedy indicated in children who ..."