Samara

• (n.) A dry, indehiscent, usually one-seeded, winged fruit, as that of the ash, maple, and elm; a key or key fruit.
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samara

<botany> A dry, indehiscent fruit with its wall expanded into a wing. ... (14 Oct 1997) ...
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samara

(from the article `box elder`) ...ornamental. The tree grows to 9–15 m (30–50 feet) tall. The compound leaves (rare among maples) consist of three, five, or seven coarsely toothed ... ...at the base. The petalless flowers appear before the leaves and are borne in clusters on jointed stems. The nutlike fruit, surrounded by a fl...
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samara

key fruit noun a winged often one-seed indehiscent fruit as of the ash or elm or maple
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Samara

(city) Capital city and river port of Samara oblast (region), west-central Russian Federation; population (2002) 1,157,900. Samara is located on the River Volga and the main Trans-Siberian Railway, 820 km/510 mi southeast of Moscow. It is a major industrial centre, with large h...
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Samara

[charitable organisation] Samara (Samara Canada) is a nonprofit, non-partisan advocacy group for citizen engagement and participation. Samara carries out independent research on the state of Canada`s democratic institutions and attitudes Canadians hold about public life. Its efforts to date have focused on the federal level, though the orga...
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Samara

[fruit] A samara is a winged achene, a type of fruit in which a flattened wing of fibrous, papery tissue develops from the ovary wall. A samara is a simple dry fruit and indehiscent (not opening along a seam). The shape of a samara enables the wind to carry the seed farther away than regular seeds from the parent tree: A samara is sometimes...
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Samara

[given name] Samara is a female given name. It is of Hebrew and Arabic origin, and its meaning is guardian or protected by God. ...
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Samara

Sa·ma'ra noun [ Latin samara , samera , the seed of the elm.] (Botany) A dry, indehiscent, usually one-seeded, winged fruit, as that of the ash, maple, and elm; a key or key fruit.
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samara

a dry fruit, which does not split open along a seam, and has a well-developed wing.
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samara

a dry, indehiscent fruit with its wall expanded into a wing.
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Samara

A dry, one-seeded fruit bearing a single wing.
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Samara

A dry, one-seeded fruit bearing a single wing.
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Samara

A one-seeded winged fruit.
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Samara

A samara is a pericarp produced into a wing, for example in the case of the ash.
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Samara

A winged fruit that does not split spontaneously, e.g. maple.
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samara

A winged, dry fruit
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Samara

An indehiscent winged fruit.
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Samara

An indehiscent winged fruit.
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samara

an indehiscent, winged, dry fruit
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Samara

city and administrative centre, west-central Samara oblast (region), western Russia. It lies along the Volga River at the latter`s confluence with ... [2 related articles]
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Samara

dry fruit with one or two flat wings attached to a seed (as on elms and maples).
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Samara

dry fruit with wings that do not open when mature, as in maple trees
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Samara

dry fruit with wings that do not open when mature, as in maple trees
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samara

In botany, a winged fruit, a type of achene
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