Manchineel

Man`chi┬Ěneel' noun [ Spanish manzanillo , from manzana an apple, from Latin malum Matianum a kind of apple. So called from its apple-like fruit.] (Botany) A euphorbiaceous tree ( Hippomane Mancinella ) of tropical America, having a poisonous and blistering milky juice...
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manchineel

<botany> A euphorbiaceous tree (Hippomane Mancinella) of tropical America, having a poisonous and blistering milky juice, and poisonous acrid fruit somewhat resembling an apple. Bastard manchineel, a tree (Cameraria latifolia) of the East Indies, having similar poisonous properties. ... Origin: Sp. Manzanillo, fr. Manzana an apple, fr. L. Mal...
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Manchineel

• (n.) A euphorbiaceous tree (Hippomane Mancinella) of tropical America, having a poisonous and blistering milky juice, and poisonous acrid fruit somewhat resembling an apple.
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manchineel

(Hippomane mancinella), tree of the genus Hippomane, of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae), that is famous for its poisonous fruits. The manchineel ...
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Manchineel

Manchineel (Hippomane Mancinella) is a tall tree of the natural order Euphorbiaceae, a native of the West India Islands and Central America. It is valuable for cabinet work, but possesses poisonous properties, which, however, have been exaggerated. The milky juice when dropped upon the skin produces a sensation of severe burning, followed by a blis...
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Manchineel

The manchineel tree, Hippomane mancinella, is a species of flowering plant in the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae), and the only species in the monotypic genus Hippomane. Manchineel is native to Florida in the United States, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Central America, and northern South America. The name `manchineel` (sometimes written `manchione......
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