Amaranth

[barquentine] Amaranth was a four-masted barquentine built by Matthew Turner of Benicia, California in 1901. Amaranth sailed in the China trade between Puget Sound and Shanghai. She was wrecked on a guano island in the South Pacific in 1913 while carrying a load of coal. ==Construction== Barquentine Amaranth Co. incorporated in San Francisc...
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amaranth

[n] - seed of amaranth plants used as a native cereal in Central and South America 2. [n] - any of various plants of the genus Amaranthus having dense plumes of green or red flowers
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Amaranth

Am'a┬Ěranth noun [ Latin amarantus , Greek ..., unfading, amaranth; 'a priv. + ... to quench, cause to wither, from a root meaning to die, akin to English mortal ; -- so called because its flowers do not soon wither: confer French amarante . The spelling with th s...
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amaranth

1. An imaginary flower supposed never to fade. ... 2. <botany> A genus of ornamental annual plants (Amaranthus) of many species, with green, purplish, or crimson flowers. ... 2. A colour inclining to purple. ... Origin: L. Amarantus, Gr, unfading, amaranth; priv. + to quench, cause to wither, fr. A root meaning to die, akin to E. Mortal; so c...
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Amaranth

• (n.) An imaginary flower supposed never to fade. • (n.) A genus of ornamental annual plants (Amaranthus) of many species, with green, purplish, or crimson flowers. • (n.) A color inclining to purple.
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Amaranth

Amaranth is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Unfading Flower` The name Amaranth doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Amaranth seems to be unique!
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amaranth

amaranth 1. A legendary flower that never fades or dies. 2. Any plant of the genus Amaranthus, some of which are grown especially for their flowers and colored leaves. 3. Any of various annuals of the genus Amaranthus having dense green or reddish clusters of tiny flowers and including several weeds, ornamentals, and food plants. Also called 'pig...
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Amaranth

[song] `Amaranth` is the second single from Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish`s Dark Passion Play album, and also the second single with the former frontwoman Anette Olzon. The official debut date was August 22, 2007, but it leaked onto the internet before the official release, though the exact date it leaked is unknown. The title song...
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amaranth

Type: Term Pronunciation: am′ă-ranth, am-ă-ran′thŭm Definitions: 1. An azo dye; a soluble reddish-brown powder that turns magenta red in solution; used as a food, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic coloring agent, and occasionally in histology.
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amaranth

amaranth (ăm'urănth") [Gr.,=unfading], common name for the Amaranthaceae (also commonly known as the pigweed family), a family of herbs, trees, and vines of warm regions, especially in the Americas and Africa. The genus Amaranthus includes several widely distributed species calle...
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Amaranth

Amaranth (known in the USA as Red no 2) is a red dye used to dye wool and silk and in photography. Although banned for use in food, drugs and cosmetics by the FDA amaranth is used to colour food in other parts of the world.
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Amaranth

[color] Amaranth is a reddish-rose color that is a representation of the color of the flower of the amaranth plant. The color shown is the color of the red amaranth flower (the color normally considered amaranth), but there are other varieties of amaranth that have other colors of amaranth flowers; these colors are also shown below. ==Amara...
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Amaranth

[dye] Amaranth, FD&C Red No. 2, E123, C.I. Food Red 9, Acid Red 27, Azorubin S, or C.I. 16185 is a dark red to purple azo dye used as a food dye and to color cosmetics. The name was taken from amaranth grain, a plant distinguished by its red color and edible protein-rich seeds. Amaranth is an anionic dye. It can be applied to natural and sy...
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Amaranth

[disambiguation] Amaranth is a common name for the plants in the genus Amaranthus. Amaranth may also refer to: == Plants == == Colors == == Locations == == Organizations == ==Ships== == Entertainment == == See also == ...
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Amaranth

Amaranthus, collectively known as amaranth,{citation needed|date=November 2013} is a cosmopolitan genus of annual or short-lived perennial plants. Some amaranth species are cultivated as leaf vegetables, cereals, and ornamental plants. Most of the species from Amaranthus are summer annual weeds and are commonly referred to as pigweed. Catkin-like ...
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Amaranth

Amaranth is a small seed from a broadleaf plant. Originally cultivated by both the Aztecs and the Incas, amaranth provides us more protein, calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus, and magnesium than most other grains. Amaranth is gluten free.
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amaranth

imaginary flower reputed never to fade
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