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Definition of Bluets

Bluets
Bluets Blu"ets, n. [F. bluet, bleuet, dim. of bleu blue. See Blue, a.] (Bot.) A name given to several different species of plants having blue flowers, as the Houstonia c[oe]rulea, the Centaurea cyanus or bluebottle, and the Vaccinium angustifolium.

Meaning of Bluets from wikipedia

- Bluet or bluets may refer to: Centaurea, a plant genus in the family Asteraceae Several plant genera in the family Rubiaceae, notably: Houstonia Oldenlandiopsis...
- philosophers and artists. The title refers to the painting Bluets by the artist Joan Mitc****. Bluets is a "formal experiment" that contains an arrangement...
- York Times and named a NY Times Notable Book of the Year. Her 2009 book Bluets, about pain, pleasure, and the color blue became a cult cl****ic,and was...
- orange bluet (Enallagma signatum) is a species of damselfly in the family Coenagrionidae. This species of bluet stands out from other many bluets because...
- Rainbow Bluet Enallagma aspersum, Azure Bluet Enallagma basidens, Double-striped Bluet Enallagma boreale, Boreal Bluet Enallagma carunculatum, Tule Bluet Enallagma...
- Azure Bluet may refer to: Houstonia caerulea Azure Damselfly...
- The marsh bluet (Enallagma ebrium) is a damselfly species in the family Coenagrionidae. Adult – Male marsh bluets have a blue thorax with a broad black...
- The Arctic bluet (Coenagrion johanssoni) is a damselfly which is part of the family of Coenagrionidae. The Arctic bluet is found in Northern Europe, and...
- Houstonia acerosa, the New Mexico bluet or needleleaf bluet, is a plant species native to Chihuahua, Coa****la, Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, San Luis Potosí...
- Houstonia humifusa (matted bluet) is a plant species in the Rubiaceae. It is native to Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. Kew World Checklist of Selected...
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