Nyssa

genus Nyssa noun tupelos: deciduous trees of moist habitats especially swamps and beside ponds
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Nyssa

[Cappadocia] Nyssa was a Roman/late-Roman town of Cappadocia. It is located near to the modern town of Harmandalı, Ortaköy district, Aksaray province, in south-central Turkey. Sometimes Nyssa is also identified with the location of the modern city of Nevşehir, although modern scholarship has cast serious doubt on the association of the t...
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Nyssa

[name] Nyssa is a feminine name with many meanings, including `goal` or `beginning` (Greek), `sign` (Hebrew), `friendly elf or fairy` (Scandinavian), `woman` (Arabic) and `end` (Latin). Nyssa may also refer to: For people named Nyssa, see Nyssa or Neisse. ...
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NYSSA

New York State Society of Anesthesiologists
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Nyssa

Nyssa is a genus of trees of the family Cornaceae, known as the tupelo trees.
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Nyssa

Nyssa is a Hebrew name for girls. The meaning is `ambitious` The name Nyssa is most commonly given to Flemish girls. (6 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Nessa, Neysa, Nessy, Nessah, Nasya, Nasia, Nessya, Nessia Similar names are: Lyssa, Nevsa, Nesta, Lissa, Anyssa, Assa, Dessa, Lyssi, Lysa, Jessa, Neryssa, Naryssa, Ne...
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Nyssa

This group of deciduous trees is native to North America and Asia. These trees are valued for their pretty leaves, which turn to gorgeous shades of red and orange in the fall, and for the fact that they can be grown in swampy ground where most other trees can not survive. N. sylvatica, commonly known as the Pepperidge Tree, Sour or Black Gum an...
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Nyssa

[n] - tupelos: deciduous trees of moist habitats especially swamps and beside ponds
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