Egeria

(Anacharis, Water Weed) E. densa, commonly known as Anacharis and Water Weed, is an aquatic perennial native to the warm and temperate regions of South America. It is now naturalized in Central and North America, Europe and Australia. Anacharis is a vigorous growing plant that has many branching stems that are clothed in whorls of sessile, linear l...
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Egeria

genus Egeria noun small genus of dioecious tropical aquatic plants
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Egeria

[genus] Egeria is a genus of two species of aquatic plants in the family Hydrocharitaceae, native to warm-temperate South America. The genus was formerly included in the related genus Elodea, from which it differs in having the leaves in whorls of four or more, not three, and in having more conspicuous flowers with larger (particularly broa...
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Egeria

a Roman water nymph who was an attendant of Diana.
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Egeria

Egeria (ējēr'ēu) , in Roman religion and mythology, goddess or nymph of fountains. Consort and adviser of King Numa, she was also identified with Diana and worshiped as a goddess of childbirth. The name is used as an epithet for a female adviser or companion.
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Egeria

goddess of wise counsel, prophecy, and childbirth; often associated with Diana.
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Egeria

In Roman mythology, Egeria was a goddess of healing springs, wisdom, human laws and death. She was the Oak- Queen and granter of easy deliveries.
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Egeria

In Roman mythology, the spirit of a stream just outside Rome; also of a stream at Aricia. She advised Numa Pompilius, the second king of Rome, on all matters. Egeria was worshipped by pregnant...
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Egeria

in Roman religion, a water spirit worshiped in connection with Diana at Aricia and also with the Camenae in their grove outside the Porta Capena at ... [1 related articles]
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Egeria

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by De Gasparis on 2 Nov 1850. Diameter in km: 244. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Egeria

[n] - small genus of dioecious tropical aquatic plants
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