magnolia definition

  • noun:
    • Any of many evergreen or deciduous trees and shrubs associated with genus Magnolia of this Western Hemisphere and Asia, having aromatic twigs and enormous showy white, green, purple, or yellow flowers.
    • The rose of any of those plants.
    • A tree or shrub in just about any types of the genus Magnolia, numerous with large plants and simple leaves.
    • The rose of a magnolia tree.
    • A native or resident associated with American state of Mississippi.
    • A creamy white colour, that way of some magnolia blossoms.
    • A genus of United states and Asiatic trees, with fragrant bark and enormous sweet-scented whitish or reddish flowers.
    • A genus of plants, style of the normal purchase MagnoliaceĊ“ while the tribe MagnolieĊ“, characterized by a sessile cone-shaped group of pistils, and two-ovuled persistent carpels which start along the straight back at maturity.
    • [l. c] A plant with this genus.
    • any shrub or tree of the genus Magnolia; appreciated for their durability and exquisite fragrant blooms
    • dried bark of various magnolias; found in people medicine
  • adjective:
    • Of a creamy white color, that way of some magnolia plants.

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