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Amarantus albus
Tumbleweed Tum"ble*weed`, n. (Bot.) Any plant which habitually breaks away from its roots in the autumn, and is driven by the wind, as a light, rolling mass, over the fields and prairies; as witch grass, wild indigo, Amarantus albus, etc.
Fluor albus
Fluor albus Flu"or albus [L., white flow.] (Med.) The whites; leucorrh[ae]a.
L albus
Lupine Lu"pine, n. [L. lupinus, lupinum, apparently fr. lupinus belonging to a wolf, fr. lupus a wolf; perh. so called because it was supposed to exhaust the soil: cf. F. lupin. Cf. Wolf.] (Bot.) A leguminous plant of the genus Lupinus, especially L. albus, the seeds of which have been used for food from ancient times. The common species of the Eastern United States is L. perennis. There are many species in California.
L albus
Lupinine Lu"pin*ine, n. (Chem.) An alkaloid found in several species of lupine (Lupinus luteus, L. albus, etc.), and extracted as a bitter crystalline substance.
L albus
Ptarmigan Ptar"mi*gan, n. [Gael. tarmachan; cf. Ir. tarmochan, tarmonach.] (Zo["o]l.) Any grouse of the genus Lagopus, of which numerous species are known. The feet are completely feathered. Most of the species are brown in summer, but turn white, or nearly white, in winter. Note: They chiefly inhabit the northern countries and high mountains of Europe, Asia, and America. The common European species is Lagopus mutus. The Scotch grouse, red grouse, or moor fowl (L. Scoticus), is reddish brown, and does not turn white in winter. The white, or willow, ptarmigan (L. albus) is found in both Europe and America.

Meaning of Albus from wikipedia

- Albus may refer to: Albus (surname) Albinus (cognomen), or Albus, a Latin surname Albus Dumbledore, a fictional character from J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter...
- Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore is a fictional character in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. For most of the series, he is the headmaster...
- zones of 2 to 7. There are two varieties: S. albus var. albus, native to eastern North America S. albus var. laevigatus, native to the Pacific coast....
- into Gryffindor, Albus is sorted into Slytherin alongside Scorpius. Both boys are bullied by other students over the next few years, Albus due to his perceived...
- bai xian Amaranthus albus Linnaeus Altervista Flora Italiana, Amaranto bianco, weißer Fuchsschwanz, carurú-branco, Amaranthus albus L. includes photos...
- Meadows. Asphodelus albus subsp. villarsii (Verl. ex Billot) I. Richardson & Smythies Asphodelus albus subsp. ******** Asphodelus albus subsp. delphinensis...
- Melilotus albus, known as honey clover, white melilot (UK), Bokhara clover (Australia), white sweetclover (USA), and sweet clover, is a nitrogen-fixing...
- duel among Albus, Aberforth, and Grindelwald. Ariana was inadvertently killed by one of them. Grindelwald fled, fearing retribution and Albus ended his...
- (Forsk.) Ponert. Var. abissinicus Libk. Var. subroseus Libk. Subsp. albus L. Var. albus Var.vavilovii (Atab.) Kurl. et Stankev. Var vulgaris Libk. f. libkindae...
- “white”) + ῥοία (rhoía, “flow, flux”). In Latin leukorrhea is fluor albus (fluor, "flow" & albus, "white"). "leukorrhea" at Dorland's Medical Dictionary "Definition...
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