Melissa

(Balm, Lemon Balm) M. officinalis, Balm or Lemon Balm, is a half hardy perennial that originates from the Mediterranean region and Asia and has become naturalized in the moist, lightly shaded meadows of North America. When mowed, it penetrates the air with the scent of lemons. Lemon Balm grows in clumps 2 to 22 feet high. The soft shoots are covere...
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Melissa

a nymph and daughter of King Melisseus; she nursed the infant Zeus with goat milk on Mt. Ida; she taught humans how to use honey and her name comes from the Greek word for bee, melitta.
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Melissa

[n] - a genus of Old World mints of the family Labiatae
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Melissa

Me·lis'sa noun [ New Latin , from Greek me`lissa a bee, honey.] (Botany) A genus of labiate herbs, including the balm, or bee balm ( Melissa officinalis ).
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Melissa

genus Melissa noun a genus of Old World mints of the family Labiatae
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Melissa

• (n.) A genus of labiate herbs, including the balm, or bee balm (Melissa officinalis).
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Melissa

(from the article `Anthony Melissa`) Anthony, whose surname is derived from the title of his chief work, Melissa (Greek: `The Bee`), compiled an anthology based largely on two leading ...
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Melissa

[sorceress] Melissa is a fictional good sorceress in the Matter of France. In Orlando Furioso, she is instrumental in the love affair of Ruggiero and Bradamante, whom she is determined will one day marry. Whenever their relationship is threatened, she brings them back together. Melissa conjures Ruggiero and Bradamante`s descendants and fore...
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Melissa

Melissa is a cultivated variety of potato.
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melissa

melissa: see bee balm.
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melissa

Type: Term Pronunciation: me-lis′ă Definitions: 1. The leaves from the tops of Melissa officinalis (family Labiatae), a plant of southern Europe; a diaphoretic. Synonyms: sweet balm
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MELiSSA

The Micro-Ecological Life Support System Alternative (MELiSSA) is a European Space Agency initiative (ESA) with the aim to develop the technology for a future regenerative life support system for long term human space missions. Initiated in 1989, the design is inspired by a terrestrial ecosystem. Today MELiSSA is a consortium made up of 30 organis...
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Melissa

[Seinfeld] ==Summary== USAF 431st fighter-interceptor squadron insignia Source: United States Air Force ...
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Melissa

[plant] The most commonly grown species of this genus is Melissa officinalis, commonly known in the United States as lemon balm, and as balm in England. ==Cultivation== They are very frost hardy plants which prefer full sun or light shade if summers are hot. They are quick growing, and look especially good along paths, herb gardens, or amon...
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Melissa

Melissa is a Greek name for girls. The meaning is `bee, honey, brave, strength` The name Melissa is most commonly given to Italian girls. Melissa is at number 30 in the top 50 of Italian girls (average of 10 years data) If it's too long you might use: Mel, Missy What do they use in other countries? Melis (German) The name sounds like: Mellicia, Mal...
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Melissa

Melissa is a given name for a female child. The name comes from the Greek word μέλισσα (melissa), `honey bee`, which in turn comes from μέλι (meli), `honey`. In Ireland it is sometimes used as a feminine form of the Gaelic male name Maoilíosa, which means `servant of Jesus`. Melissa also refers to the plant Melissa officinalis (L...
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Melissa

[computer virus] The Melissa virus, also known as `Mailissa`, `Simpsons`, `Kwyjibo`, or `Kwejeebo`,{cn|date=January 2014} is a mass-mailing macro virus. As it is not a standalone program, it is not a worm.{cn|date=January 2014} ==David L. Smith== Around March 26, 1999 Melissa was put in the wild by David L. Smith of Aberdeen Township, New J...
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Melissa

DOC for dry red and white wine in the Italian region Calabria . The area includes the municipalities of Belvedere di Spinello, Carfizzi, Casabona, Castelsilano, Crotone, Melissa, Pallagorio, Rocca di Neto, San Mauro Marchesato, San Nicola Alto, Santa Severina, Scandale, and Strongoli Umbriatico in the province of Catanzaro. The Bianco is made from ...
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