juncia translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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juncia

  
      sf   sedge
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See also:

juncal, juncar, junco, junar

'juncia' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
la juncia
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"juncia": examples and translations in context
La juncia ha marchito desde el lago, y los pájaros no cantan The sedge has withered From the lake, and no birds sing
Cleopatra Filopator, señora de la juncia y de la abeja, reina del Alto y Bajo Egipto. Cleopatra Philopator, mistress of sedge and bee, queen of both upper and lower kingdoms.
Rábano negro, rábano japonés, rabanito y variedades similares, juncia avellanada (Cyperus esculentus) Black radish, Japanese radish, small radish and similar varieties, tiger nut (Cyperus esculentus)
Rábanos (Rábano negro, rábano japonés, rabanito y variedades similares, juncia avellanada (Cyperus esculentus)) Radishes (Black radish, Japanese radish, small radish and similar varieties, tiger nut (Cyperus esculentus))
Cleopatra Philopator... ...señora de la juncia y la abeja... ...Reina de los dominios superiores e inferiores. Cleopatra Philopator, mistress of sedge and bee, queen of both upper and lower kingdoms.
Por lo tanto, la palabra 'cyperus', por ejemplo, puede referirse a las distintas especies de juncia (Cyperus spp), a los gladiolos (Gladiolus spp), al lemongrass (Cymbopogon schoenanthus) o incluso a la alheña (Ligustrum spp). Thus, for example, the name 'cyperus' may refer to the many species of sedge (Cyperus spp), to gladioli (Gladiolus spp), to lemongrass (Cymbopogon schoenanthus)or even to privet (Ligustrum spp).
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