Liane

Li·ane' (li*ān'), Li*a'na (li*ā'nȧ) noun [ French liane ; probably akin to lien a band, from Latin ligamen , from ligare to bind. Confer Lien , noun ] (Botany) A luxuriant woody plant, climbing high trees a...
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liane

<botany> A climbing or twining plant (usually refers to woody climbers). ... (14 Oct 1997) ...
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Liane

• (n.) Alt. of Liana
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liane

a woody climbing plant, rooted in the ground.
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liane

a woody climbing or twining plant
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Liane

[river] The Liane is a 37 km river in the Pas-de-Calais department in northern France. It rises in Quesques and flows into the English Channel at Boulogne-sur-Mer. Other communes along its length include: Selles, Brunembert, Bournonville, Alincthun, Crémarest, Wirwignes, Questrecques, Samer, Carly, Hesdigneul-lès-Boulogne, Isques, Saint-L...
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