Aglaia

These trees occur in the tropical and subtropical forests of Southeast Asia, Northern Australia and the Pacific. Some are important timber trees; others have edible fruits (such as duku and langsat), scented flowers, or medicinal properties. Many have complex biological relationships with their dispersal agents. Some show insecticidal bioactivity....
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Aglaia

(from the article `Grace`) ...The name refers to the `pleasing` or `charming` appearance of a fertile field or garden. The number of Graces varied in different legends, but ...
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Aglaia

(from the article `Sapindales`) ...common or dominant trees in tropical and subtropical, primary and secondary forests, with only a few species in temperate areas. About ...
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Aglaia

noun (Greek mythology) one of the three Graces
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Aglaia

[genus] ===User:Be Black Hole Sun=== ...
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Aglaia

[given name] Aglaia is a feminine given name that comes from the ancient Greek Grace Aglaia (Ἀγλαΐα). It may also be written Aglaïa or sometimes as Aglaja, Aglaya, or Aglaea. People named Aglaia include: In fiction: ...
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Aglaia

[Greek goddess] A typical six-man playing field. ...
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Aglaia

Aglaia (ăglā'u) : see Graces.
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Aglaia

One of several Graces.
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Aglaia

one of the Graces and, in some tales, wife of Hephaestus. As a beauty goddess she might be a byform of Aphrodite.
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Aglaia

One of the three Graces of classical mythology. ...
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Aglaia

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Luther on 15 Sep 1857. Diameter in km: 158. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Aglaia

[n] - (Greek mythology) one of the three Graces
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