Definition of Mammea

1. Noun. American and Asiatic trees having edible one-seeded fruit.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mammea

Maléku Jaíka
Mam
Mam'selle
Mama
Mamaw
Mamba
Mambila
Mambwe
Mamduh
Mamenchisaurus
Mamet
Mamie
Mamluk
Mammatus cloud
Mammatus clouds
Mammea
Mammea americana
Mammillaria plumosa
Mammon
Mammonist
Mammonists
Mammonite
Mammonites
Mammoth Cave National Park
Mammut
Mammut americanum
Mammuthus
Mammuthus columbi
Mammuthus primigenius
Mammutidae

Literary usage of Mammea

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1. A Dictionary of Saintly Women by Agnes Baillie Cunninghame Dunbar (1905)
"St. Mamy or mammea, Feb. 11. Queen. M. 3rd century. Mother of the Emperor Alexander Severus, 222-235. Converted by Origen. Put to death by her son. (Mart. ..."

2. Woman and Her Master by Morgan (Sydney) (1840)
"mammea. THE empire, on the death of Caracalla, and under the sudden and transient usurpations of Macrinus, resembled some enormous and untrustworthy bark, ..."

3. Dictionary of Americanisms. by John Russell Bartlett (1877)
"The Mammee-Apple is still larger and round, with one or more large and very rough seeds, and is the mammea Americana. Such is the confusion of these various ..."

4. The Undivine Comedy: And Other Poems by Zygmunt Krasiński, Julian Klaczko (1875)
"mammea. The sum of earthly wisdom, only hope Of life eternal, bliss beyond ... mammea. How long you have been silent! Darkest fears Filled my wrung soul; ..."

5. Fox's Book of Martyrs: The Acts and Monuments of the Church by John Foxe, John Cumming (1844)
"And as he wig not unlearned himself, through the diligent education of mammea his mother ; so he was a yreat fa- Tourer of men wise and learned. ..."

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