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Definition of Musa. Meaning of Musa. Synonyms of Musa

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Definition of Musa

Musa Mu"sa, n.; pl. Mus[ae]. [NL., fr. Ar. mauz, mauza, banana.] (Bot.) A genus of perennial, herbaceous, endogenous plants of great size, including the banana (Musa sapientum), the plantain (M. paradisiaca of Linn[ae]us, but probably not a distinct species), the Abyssinian (M. Ensete), the Philippine Island (M. textilis, which yields Manila hemp), and about eighteen other species. See Illust. of Banana and Plantain.

Meaning of Musa from wikipedia

- musa may refer to: mūša, a river in lithuania and latvia musa, azerbaijan, a village in yardymli rayon musa, iran, a village in ilam province musa, chaharmahal
- musa may refer to: museum of the university of st andrews musa, el museo subaquàtico de arte, an underwater art museum in the caribbean sea near mexico
- for cultivated bananas, see banana. musa a****inata is a species of banana native to southeast asia. most of the modern edible dessert bananas belong
- province, see musa dağı (antalya province). musa dagh (turkish: musa dağı; armenian: Մուսա լեռ, musa leṛ; arabic: جبل موسى‎‎ jebel musa; meaning 'moses
- musa kesedžija (serbian: Муса Кесеџија, bulgarian: Муса Кеседжия), also described as musa the robber, musa the outlaw, musa the highwayman or musa the
- see banana. musa is one of two or three genera in the family musaceae; it includes bananas and plantains. around 70 species of musa are known, with
- mūša (latvian: mūsa) is a river in northern lithuania and southern latvia (zemgale region), having its confluence with river nemunėlis (latvian: mēmele)
- musa × paradisiaca is the accepted name for the hybrid between musa a****inata and musa balbisiana. most cultivated bananas and plantains are triploid cultivars