Definition of Ginkgoes

1. Noun. (plural of ginkgo) ¹



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Definition of Ginkgoes

1. ginkgo [n] - See also: ginkgo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ginkgoes

ginglyform
ginglymi
ginglymoarthrodial
ginglymodi
ginglymoid
ginglymoid joint
ginglymoidal
ginglymus
gings
ginhouse
ginhouses
giniite
gink
ginkgo
ginkgo family
ginkgoes (current term)
ginkgolide
ginkgolides
ginkgophyte
ginkgophytes
ginkgos
ginks
ginlike
ginmill
ginn
ginned
ginnee
ginnees
ginnel
ginnels

Literary usage of Ginkgoes

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1. Organic Evolution: A Text Book by Richard Swann Lull (1917)
"This flora, consisting mainly of modern ferns, conifers, ginkgoes, and cycads, became the dominant vegetation throughout the Mesozoic until supplanted by ..."

2. A Textbook of Geology by Amadeus William Grabau (1921)
"died out, having probably given rise to the ginkgoes. The leaves are often long and strap-shaped (sometimes exceeding eight feet in length), ..."

3. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (U.S.) (1911)
"... close to that of North America as it was to eastern Asia.with European cypress swamps, . :. • •, ' with magnolias, tulip trees, sassafras, ginkgoes, ..."

4. The Garden Beautiful: Home Woods and Home Landscape by William Robinson (1907)
"Eastern travellers also tell of ginkgoes measuring up to 40 feet round and of a great age, to be seen here and there in the interior of Northern China, ..."

5. A Comprehensive Geology by Amadeus William Grabau (1921)
"died out, having probably given rise to the ginkgoes. The leaves are often long and strap-shaped (sometimes exceeding eight feet in length), uniform, ..."

6. Reports Dealing with the Systematic Geology and Paleontology of Maryland by Maryland Geological Survey (1911)
"It resembles the ginkgoes in having the leaves borne on short shoots, but in the present species the leaves were not deciduous as they are in the modern ..."

7. Letters to Ruth by Lucy Bronson Dudley (1896)
"The variety of trees here is large, peaches from China, ginkgoes from Japan, sophora, accacia, etc. ‘The labels are high and easy to read, in contrast to ..."

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