Definition of Tryma

1. a type of nut [n -MATA]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tryma

trye
tryed
tryer
tryers
trygon
tryhard
tryhards
tryin'
trying
trying on
trying out
tryingly
tryingness
tryings
tryless
tryma (current term)
trymata
tryna
trynna
tryout
tryouts
tryp
trypaflavine
trypan
trypan blue
trypan red
trypanicidal
trypanicide
trypanid
trypanin

Literary usage of Tryma

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum: Or, The Trees and Shrubs of Britain by John Claudius Loudon (1838)
"Fruit a drupe (a tryma, Watson). Covering of the nut, a fleshy husk of one piece, that bursts irregularly. Nut woody, of 2 valves. Seed 1, erect, lobed, ..."

2. Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum: Or, The Trees and Shrubs of Britain by John Claudius Loudon (1854)
"Fruit a drupe (a tryma, Walton). Husk fleshy, separating into 4 equal valves, or dividing into 4 equal portions in the upper part. ..."

3. The American Botanist and Florist: Including Lessons in the Structure, Life by Alphonso Wood (1875)
"Epicarp persistent on the tryma JUGLANS. 1 • Sterile aments clustered, lateral. ... tryma with a spongy epicarp closely investing the very rough endocarp. ..."

4. An Introduction to Botany by John Lindley (1839)
"tryma. (tryma, Watson.) Superior, by abortion one-celled, one-seeded, with a two-valved indehiscent ..."

5. The New American Botanist and Florist: Including Lessons in the Structure by Alphonso Wood (1889)
"Fis. terminal, 4-parted, with 4 greenish petals nnd 2 fringed stigmas. tryma with a spongy epicarp closely investing the very rough ..."

6. Leaves and Flowers, Or, Object Lessons in Botany: With a Flora : Prepared by Alphonso Wood (1891)
"Fruit a tryma (§ 172) with a fibrous epicarp (shuck) and a bony endocarp (shell) ; need large, with lobed, often sinuous, oily cotyledons. ..."

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