Definition of Conaria
1. conarium [n] - See also: conarium
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conaria
Literary usage of Conaria
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cambridge Natural History by Arthur Everett Shipley, Sidney Frederic Harmer (1906)
"The fertilised ovum of Velella gives rise to a planula which sinks to the bottom of the sea, and changes into a remarkable, larva known as the conaria larva ..."
2. Travels Through Germany, Bohemia, Hungary, Switzerland, Italy and Lorrain by Johann Georg Keyssler (1757)
"... entirely undermined, and the Grotta Tra- conaria. conaria *, vulgarly called Dragonara, under it, is very well worth ..."
3. Colorado College Studies: Papers Read Before the Colorado College Scientific by Colorado College Scientific Society (1890)
"Occasionally the adjacent conaria of two parallel ravines meet, ... On the whole, the outcrop of the Flower-pot clays, with its conaria and occasional ..."
4. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquitiesby William George Smith, Charles Anthon by William George Smith, Charles Anthon (1870)
"... the Rhus conaria, or . Sumach. In Cyprus, according to Sib** , Rhus coriaria retains its ancient name of» powdered fruit is sprinkled upon the meat ..."
5. Days at the Factories: Or, The Manufacturing Industry of Great Britain by George Dodd (1843)
"This is the powder of the leaves, peduncles, and young branches of a plant called the Rhus conaria, growing in Sicily, Italy, and Hungary. ..."