any one of several little, mostly exotic palms having fan-shaped leaves, specifically one of the genus Sabal, such S. palmetto of the southeast united states of america. Also referred to as sabal.
Leaf strips of any of these flowers, used in weaving.
Two closely relevant genera of New World palms, of family Arecaceae; (a) Serenoa repens or the saw palmetto may be the just types of its genus; it has particular medicinal utilizes; (b) Sabul, represented by about 15 types, some understood frequently as palmettos, other individuals as lover palms.
A native or citizen for the US state of South Carolina (feminine: Palmetta).
A name fond of palms of several genera and species developing within the West Indies therefore the Southern United States. In the United States, the name is used specially towards Chamærops Palmetto, or Sabal Palmetto, the cabbage-tree of Florida while the Carolinas. See cabbage-tree, under cabbage.
anybody of several fan-leafed palms of various genera.
just like silk-top palmetto.
any of several low-growing palms with fan-shaped leaves