Definition of Malvas

1. malva [n] - See also: malva



Lexicographical Neighbors of Malvas

malum vertebrale suboccipitale
malums
malunion
malurid
malurids
malus
maluses
malva pudding
malva puddings
malvaceae
malvaceous
malvalate
malvalates
malvalic
malvalic acid
malvas (current term)
malvasia
malvasian
malvasias
malversate
malversation
malversations
malvertising
malvesie
malvesies
malveuille
malveuilled
malveuilles
malveuilling
malvidin

Literary usage of Malvas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. With the Flowers and Trees in California by Charles Francis Saunders (1914)
"And the malvas"—so she called the geraniums. Did you ever notice how like mallow ... "There are many malvas. There is malva luisa. Then there is malva real, ..."

2. Magazine of Natural History by Edward Charlesworth (1829)
"... vegetable. goras," continues he, " held malvas folium sanctissimum, and we find Epi- Evelyn says it was taken by the poets for all salads in general. ..."

3. Glimpses of Spain; Or, Notes of an Unfinished Tour in 1847 by Severn Teackle Wallis (1849)
"When it came to carminatives, I found that there was nothing in the shops more vigorous than flor de malvas, or flower of mallows, which the professor ..."

Other Resources:

Search for Malvas on Dictionary.com!Search for Malvas on Thesaurus.com!Search for Malvas on Google!Search for Malvas on Wikipedia!

Search