ficus definition

  • noun:
    • Any of numerous tropical woods, bushes, or climbers of genus Ficus, having pearlike multiple fruits.
    • Any of many exotic trees, shrubs, or climbers regarding the genus Ficus, having pearlike numerous fresh fruits.
    • A plant from the genus Ficus, including the rubber plant.
    • A plant belonging to the genus Ficus, including the plastic plant.
    • some of many exotic woods, bushes, or climbers associated with genus Ficus, having pearlike multiple fresh fruits.
    • A genus of trees or bushes, one types of which (F. Carica) creates the figs of trade; the fig tree.
    • A genus of woods or bushes, one species of which (F. Carica) creates the figs of commerce; the fig tree.
    • A plant of the genus Ficus, including the rubberized plant.
    • In botany, a tremendously large genus of tropical and subtropical woods or bushes, regarding the urticaceous tribe Artocarpeæ, characterized by bearing their particular moment unisexual blossoms within a nearly shut globose or pear-shaped receptacle.
    • A genus of woods or shrubs, one species of which (F. Carica) creates the figs of trade; the fig-tree.
    • In zoology, a vintage genus of mollusks: just like Pyrula.
    • In botany, a really large genus of tropical and subtropical woods or bushes, associated with the urticaceous tribe Artocarpeæ, characterized by bearing their particular minute unisexual flowers within a nearly shut globose or pear-shaped receptacle.
    • In surgery, a fleshy excrescence, usually smooth and reddish, sometimes hard, holding by a peduncle or formed like a fig. It does occur in the eyelids, chin, tongue, anus, or reproductive body organs. Also known as fig-wart.
    • In zoology, an old genus of mollusks: just like Pyrula.
    • huge genus of tropical woods or shrubs or climbers including fig woods
    • In surgery, a fleshy excrescence, frequently smooth and reddish, sometimes hard, hanging by a peduncle or formed like a fig. It takes place from the eyelids, chin, tongue, anus, or reproductive organs. Also known as fig-wart.
    • big genus of exotic woods or bushes or climbers including fig woods
    • In botany, a very large genus of tropical and subtropical trees or shrubs, of the urticaceous tribe Artocarpeæ, characterized by bearing their minute unisexual flowers within a nearly closed globose or pear-shaped receptacle.
    • In zoology, a vintage genus of mollusks: same as Pyrula.
    • In surgery, a fleshy excrescence, often smooth and reddish, occasionally difficult, dangling by a peduncle or created like a fig. It occurs on eyelids, chin, tongue, anus, or reproductive organs. Also called fig-wart.
    • large genus of exotic trees or shrubs or climbers including fig trees
    • some of numerous exotic woods, shrubs, or climbers associated with genus Ficus, having pearlike multiple fresh fruits.
    • A plant belonging to the genus Ficus, such as the rubber plant.
    • A genus of trees or shrubs, one types of which (F. Carica) creates the figs of trade; the fig tree.
    • In botany, a very huge genus of tropical and subtropical trees or bushes, of the urticaceous tribe Artocarpeæ, characterized by bearing their min unisexual plants within a nearly shut globose or pear-shaped receptacle.
    • In zoology, a vintage genus of mollusks: just like Pyrula.
    • In surgery, a fleshy excrescence, usually smooth and reddish, often tough, holding by a peduncle or created like a fig. It occurs in the eyelids, chin, tongue, anus, or reproductive organs. Also known as fig-wart.
    • large genus of tropical woods or bushes or climbers including fig woods
    • Any of numerous exotic woods, bushes, or climbers of the genus Ficus, having pearlike numerous fresh fruits.
    • Any of many exotic trees, shrubs, or climbers associated with genus Ficus, having pearlike several fresh fruits.
    • any one of numerous tropical trees, bushes, or climbers associated with genus Ficus, having pearlike several fruits.
    • A plant of the genus Ficus, like the rubber plant.
    • A plant from the genus Ficus, including the rubberized plant.
    • A plant from the genus Ficus, such as the rubber plant.
    • A genus of woods or shrubs, one species of which (F. Carica) produces the figs of trade; the fig tree.
    • A genus of woods or bushes, one types of which (F. Carica) produces the figs of commerce; the fig-tree.
    • A genus of trees or shrubs, one types of which (F. Carica) creates the figs of commerce; the fig-tree.
    • In botany, an extremely large genus of tropical and subtropical trees or bushes, associated with urticaceous tribe Artocarpeæ, described as bearing their moment unisexual plants within a nearly shut globose or pear-shaped receptacle.
    • In botany, a very large genus of tropical and subtropical trees or bushes, of urticaceous tribe Artocarpeæ, characterized by bearing their particular minute unisexual plants within a nearly closed globose or pear-shaped receptacle.
    • In zoology, a classic genus of mollusks: same as Pyrula.
    • In zoology, an old genus of mollusks: same as Pyrula.
    • In surgery, a fleshy excrescence, often smooth and reddish, sometimes tough, hanging by a peduncle or formed like a fig. It takes place on the eyelids, chin, tongue, anus, or reproductive organs. Also referred to as fig-wart.
    • In surgery, a fleshy excrescence, frequently smooth and reddish, occasionally difficult, dangling by a peduncle or formed like a fig. It takes place on the eyelids, chin, tongue, anus, or reproductive organs. Also known as fig-wart.
    • large genus of exotic trees or shrubs or climbers including fig woods
    • large genus of exotic trees or bushes or climbers including fig woods
    • In botany, a very large genus of tropical and subtropical trees or shrubs, of the urticaceous tribe Artocarpeæ, characterized by bearing their minute unisexual flowers within a nearly closed globose or pear-shaped receptacle.
    • In zoology, a vintage genus of mollusks: just like Pyrula.
    • In surgery, a fleshy excrescence, frequently soft and reddish, occasionally difficult, holding by a peduncle or formed like a fig. It happens from the eyelids, chin, tongue, anus, or reproductive organs. Also called fig-wart.
    • large genus of tropical trees or bushes or climbers including fig woods

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