lignum

lignum
lȉgnum m
DEFINICIJA
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  • LIGNUM — pro Numine: Et quidem rude primo, in Caryaridis Dianae, in laconia, templo Arnob. l. 6. Ridetis temporibus priscis Persas fluv. coluisse, Memoralia ut indicant scripta: Informem Arabas lapidem: Acinacem Scythicas nationes: Ramum pro Cinxia… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Lignum — (lat.), Holz. L. agallochi (L. aloës), Aloeholz. L. aquĭlae, Holz von Aquilaria malaecensis Lam. u. von Excoecaria agallocha. L. arbŏris vitae, s. Lebensbaum. L. caerulĕum, Campecheholz. L. calambac, von Aloexylon agallochum Lour. L. citrĕum, von …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Lignum — Lignum, Holz; L. Aloes, Aloeholz; L. campechianum, Blauholz, Kampescheholz; L. benedictum, Guajaci, L. sanctum, Guajakholz, Pockholz, Franzosenholz; L. Nyssae aquaticae, Tupeloholz; L. Quassiae (surinamensis), Quassia; L. Pavanum, L. Sassafras,… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Lignum vitae — is the heartwood of species of the genus Guaiacum , the trees of which are also called guayacan.The name is Latin for wood of life , and derives from its medicinal uses. Other names are palo santo, holy wood, greenheart and ironwood (one of many) …   Wikipedia

  • Lignum-vitae — Lig num vi tae (l[i^]g n[u^]m v[imac] t[=e]), n. [L., wood of life; lignum wood + vita, genitive vit[ae], life.] (Bot.) A tree ({Guaiacum officinale}) found in the warm latitudes of America, from which the {guaiacum} of medicine is procured. Its… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lígnum crucis — lignum crucis (pronunc. [lígnum crúcis]) m. Expresión latina que significa «leño de la cruz», con que se designa cualquier *reliquia de la *cruz de Jesucristo. * * * lígnum crucis. (Loc. lat.; literalmente, madero de la cruz ). m. Reliquia de la… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • LIGNUM Ignidurarum — teli genus frequens apud gentes, quibus ferri usus incognitus, vel rarior copia. Curt. l. 3. c. 2. Pluribus (Derbicum) harebant ferro praesixaebasta; quidam lignum igni duraverant. Sic Germania apud Tac. Ann. l. 2. c. 14. prima utcumque acies… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Lignum rhodium — Lig num rho di*um (l[i^]g n[u^]m r[=o] d[i^]*[u^]m). [NL., fr. L. lignum wood + Gr. ro don a rose.] (Bot.) The fragrant wood of several shrubs and trees, especially of species of {Rhodorhiza} from the Canary Islands, and of the West Indian… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lignum vitae — [lig′nəm vīt′ē] n. [ModL < L lignum, wood (see LIGNEOUS) + vitae, gen. of vita, life: see BIO ] 1. GUAIACUM (sense 1) 2. Commerce the very hard wood of the guaiacum, used in marine and machine bearings, casters, pulleys, etc …   English World dictionary

  • lignum sanctum — lignum vitae the heartwood of Guaiacum officinale Linne or of G. sanctum Linne …   Medical dictionary

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