Frogbit

(Hydrocharis) This hardy, aquatic perennial, commonly known as Frogbit, is native to Asia and Europe. Resembling a miniature Water Lily, Frogbits produce glossy green, kidney-shaped leaves, about an inch across. These grow in rosettes on the surface of the water, from long petioles. The undersides of the leaves are covered with spongy, air-holding
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frogbit

[n] - European floating plant with roundish heart-shaped leaves and white flowers
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Frogbit

Frog'bit` noun (Botany) (a) A European plant ( Hydrocharis Morsus- ranæ ), floating on still water and propagating itself by runners. It has roundish leaves and small white flowers. (b) An American plant ( Limnobium Spongia ), with similar habits.
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frogbit

<botany> A European plant (Hydrocharis Morsus-ranae), floating on still water and propagating itself by runners. It has roundish leaves and small white flowers. ... An American plant (Limnobium Spongia), with similar habits. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Frogbit

• (n.) A European plant (Hydrocharis Morsus-ranae), floating on still water and propagating itself by runners. It has roundish leaves and small white flowers. • (n.) An American plant (Limnobium Spongia), with similar habits.
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Frogbit

[cipher] In cryptography, Frogbit is a stream cypher algorithm developed by Thierry Moreau and is patented. It includes a message authentication code feature. It has been submitted to the eSTREAM Project of the eCRYPT network. It has not been selected as a focus algorithm nor for Phase 2; it has been `archived`. ...
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