SPADÍX s.n. v. spadice.
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SPÁDIX s.n. v. spadice.
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  • SPADIX — inter equorum colores, Virgilio Georgic. l. 3. v. 82. honesti Spadices glaucique Ad quem locum Servius, Spadices, inquit, phoeniciatos vocant, id est, professos myrteos, ipsi sunt badii. Nempe ςπάδιξ, ut habet Pollux, est ῤάβδος φοίνικος, et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Spadix — Spa dix, n.; pl. L. {Spadices}, E. {Spadixes}. [L., a palm branch broken off, with its fruit, Gr. ?.] 1. (Bot.) A fleshy spike of flowers, usually inclosed in a leaf called a spathe. [1913 Webster] 2. (Zo[ o]l.) A special organ of the nautilus,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Spadix — Spadix, so v.w. Kolbe 14), s. Blüthenstand …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Spadix — (lat.), Kolben, s. Blütenstand, S. 93 …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • spadix — [spā′diks] n. pl. spadixes or spadices [spā′də sēz΄, spā dī′sēz] [ModL < L, a palm branch broken off together with the fruit, date brown color < Gr < IE base * spē , to pull > SPAN1] a fleshy spike of tiny flowers, usually enclosed in …   English World dictionary

  • Spadix — In botany, a spadix (pl. spadices ) is a type of spike: an inflorescence with small flowers crowded on a thickened, fleshy axis. The term is applied to certain monocotyledons, especially members of the Family Araceae called arums or aroids. In… …   Wikipedia

  • Spadix — Kolben, schematische Darstellung In der Botanik ist ein Kolben (häufig auch als Spadix bezeichnet) ein Blüten oder Fruchtstand. Er zeichnet sich durch eine Walzenform mit verdickter Hauptachse aus. Die Blüten und später die Früchte sitzen ohne… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Spadix — Spa|dix 〈m.; ; unz.; Bot.〉 kolbenartiger Blütenstand [<grch. „Dattelpalmzweig“] * * * Spadix   [griechisch lateinisch »abgerissener Palmzweig«], Botanik: Kolben. * * * Spa|dix, der; [lat. spadix < griech. spádix = abgerissener (Palm)zweig]… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • spadix — noun (plural spadices) Etymology: New Latin spadic , spadix, from Latin, frond torn from a palm tree, from Greek spadik , spadix, from span to draw, pull Date: circa 1752 a floral spike with a fleshy or succulent axis usually enclosed in a spathe …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • spadix — /spay diks/, n., pl. spadices /spay duy seez, spay deuh seez /. Bot. an inflorescence consisting of a spike with a fleshy or thickened axis, usually enclosed in a spathe. See illus. under inflorescence. [1750 60; < L spadix a broken palm branch… …   Universalium

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