What is another word for staphylea?
[ stafˈa͡ɪli͡ə], [ stafˈaɪliə], [ s_t_a_f_ˈaɪ_l_iə]
-Staphylea, "the spike-moss."
-Staphylea elegans, "the little-fruited staphylea."
-Staphylea trifolia, "the three-lobed staphylea."
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Synonyms for Staphylea:
n.• Genus Staphylea (noun)
How to use "Staphylea" in context?
Staphylea is a small genus of flowering plants in the daisy family. The genus is endemic to the southeastern United States and there are only three species recognized. The plants are small, usually less than 2 feet (0.61 m) tall, with hairy flowers arranged in terminal panicles.
The genus was first established by a French naturalist in the early 18th century, and the first species, S. magdalenae, was described by Carl Linnaeus in his Species Plantarum in 1753. The three species currently recognized in the genus are S. montana, S. synartica, and S.
Homophones for Staphylea:
- sheath pile, staple, shadow play, sight bill, suitably, south pole, setubal, seed weevil, she-devil, stapelia, stabile, stable, suitable, styphelia, stubble, stipple, steeple, shadfly, sheet pile, stopple, stuffily, see double, stifle, stipule, sextuple, stiffly, stubbly, suggestible, suicide pill, shadblow, stoppable, St. Paul, satiable.
Holonyms for Staphylea:
Hyponym for Staphylea:
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus.
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