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Winkle Win"kle, n. [AS. wincle.] (Zo["o]l.) (a) Any periwinkle. --Holland. (b) Any one of various marine spiral gastropods, esp., in the United States, either of two species of Fulgar (F. canaliculata, and F. carica). Note: These are large mollusks which often destroy large numbers of oysters by drilling their shells and sucking their blood. Sting winkle, a European spinose marine shell (Murex erinaceus). See Illust. of Murex.
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Ficus Fi"cus, n. [L., a fig.] A genus of trees or shrubs, one species of which (F. Carica) produces the figs of commerce; the fig tree. Note: Ficus Indica is the banyan tree; F. religiosa, the peepul tree; F. elastica, the India-rubber tree.
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Fig Fig, n. [F. figue the fruit of the tree, Pr. figa, fr. L. ficus fig tree, fig. Cf. Fico.] 1. (Bot.) A small fruit tree (Ficus Carica) with large leaves, known from the remotest antiquity. It was probably native from Syria westward to the Canary Islands. 2. The fruit of a fig tree, which is of round or oblong shape, and of various colors. Note: The fruit of a fig tree is really the hollow end of a stem, and bears numerous achenia inside the cavity. Many species have little, hard, inedible figs, and in only a few does the fruit become soft and pulpy. The fruit of the cultivated varieties is much prized in its fresh state, and also when dried or preserved. See Caprification. 3. A small piece of tobacco. [U.S.] 4. The value of a fig, practically nothing; a fico; -- used in scorn or contempt. ``A fig for Peter.' --Shak. Cochineal fig. See Conchineal fig. Fig dust, a preparation of fine oatmeal for feeding caged birds. Fig faun, one of a class of rural deities or monsters supposed to live on figs. ``Therefore shall dragons dwell there with the fig fauns.' --Jer. i. 39. (Douay version). Fig gnat (Zo["o]l.), a small fly said to be injurious to figs. Fig leaf, the leaf tree; hence, in allusion to the first clothing of Adam and Eve (Genesis iii.7), a covering for a thing that ought to be concealed; esp., an inadequate covering; a symbol for affected modesty. Fig marigold (Bot.), the name of several plants of the genus Mesembryanthemum, some of which are prized for the brilliancy and beauty of their flowers. Fig tree (Bot.), any tree of the genus Ficus, but especially F. Carica which produces the fig of commerce.

Meaning of F Carica from wikipedia

- species extending into the semi-warm temperate zone. The common fig (Fcarica) is a temperate species native to southwest Asia and the Mediterranean...
- The fig is the edible fruit of Ficus carica, a species of small tree in the flowering plant family Moraceae, native to the Mediterranean region, together...
- or pawpaw (/ˈpɔːpɔː/) is the plant species Carica papaya, one of the 21 accepted species in the genus Carica of the family Caricaceae, and also the name...
- wasp species in the genus Blastophaga. It pollinates the common fig Ficus carica and the closely related Ficus palmata. Without a colony or nest, these wasps...
- Carica pentagona), is a hybrid cultivar in the genus Vasconcellea from Ecuador. It is a hybrid between Vasconcellea cundinamarcensis (syn. Carica pubescens...
- A fruiting Common Fig tree (F. carica)...
- altitudes of 1,500–3,000 metres (4,900–9,800 ft). It has also been known as Carica pubescens. Vasconcellea pubescens is an evergreen pachycaul shrub or small...
- Myanmar. It feeds on Morus australis and three species of Ficus; F. carica F. elastica, and F. religiosa. BioLib.cz - Epepeotes uncinatus. Retrieved on 8 September...
- about 20–30 mm. The larvae feed on Ficus species, including F. carica, F. reflexa, F. rubra and F. benghalensis. Nuss, M.; et al. (2003–2017). "GlobIZ search"...
- erecta genome aids Ceratocystis canker resistance breeding in common fig (F. carica)". The Plant Journal. 102 (6): 1313–1322. doi:10.1111/tpj.14703. PMC 7317799...