Carya

[daughter of Dion] In Greek mythology, Carya was a daughter of the Laconian king Dion and Amphithea, daughter of Pronax. Her sisters were Lyco and Orphe. Apollo, in reward for Dion and Amphithea receiving him with great reverence and hospitality, bestowed a gift of prophecy upon their daughters, but imposed a restriction that they should no...
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Carya

(Hickory Tree, Pecan Tree) These deciduous trees are mainly natives of eastern North America and Mexico, one kind is from China. Many of these trees have edible nuts. Caryas are commonly known as Hickory or Pecan trees. The leaves of Hickories are pinnately compound; from 5 to 11 leaflets are alternately arranged along the rachis. The leaves are fr...
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Carya

[n] - genus of large deciduous nut-bearing trees
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Carya

genus Carya noun genus of large deciduous nut-bearing trees; United States and China
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Carya

Carya is the hickory genus of plants.
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