Nardoo
Nardoo Nar*doo" (n[aum]r*d[=oo]"), n. (Bot.) An Australian name for {Marsilea Drummondii}, a four-leaved cryptogamous plant, sometimes used for food. [1913 Webster]

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  • Nardoo — Nardoo, s. Marsilia …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • nardoo — n. four leaved clover fern native to Australia …   English contemporary dictionary

  • nardoo — [nα: du:, nα:du:] noun an Australian fern with long stalks bearing either silvery green lobes or woody cases containing spores. [Marsilea drummondii.] Origin C19: from an Aborig. lang …   English new terms dictionary

  • nardoo — nar·doo …   English syllables

  • nardoo — /naˈdu/ (say nah dooh) noun 1. any of the Australian species of the mud loving or aquatic genus of ferns, Marsilea. 2. a traditional Aboriginal food made by grinding the sporocarps of such a plant into a flour. {Australian Aboriginal; Diyari… …   Australian English dictionary

  • nardoo — n. 1 a clover like plant, Marsilea drummondii, native to Australia. 2 a food made from the spores of this plant. Etymology: Aboriginal …   Useful english dictionary

  • Nardoo Hills Reserves — The Nardoo Hills Reserves (including the Judith Eardley Reserve) comprise two adjoining parcels of land, with a combined area of 5.9 km2, as a nature reserve in north central Victoria, Australia. They are located 12 km north of Wedderburn, 100 km …   Wikipedia

  • Nardoo (no 2) (метеорит) — Метеорит Название = Nardoo (no 2) Фотография = Обнаружение = Находка Страна = Австралийский Союз Место = Новый Южный Уэльс Широта = S Долгота = E Дата = 1944 Вес = 1900 Количество = 1 Тип = L6 Место хранения = Метеоритная коллекция РАН… …   Википедия

  • common nardoo — noun Australian clover fern • Syn: ↑nardoo, ↑nardo, ↑Marsilea drummondii • Hypernyms: ↑clover fern, ↑pepperwort …   Useful english dictionary

  • Marsilea Drummondii — Nardoo Nar*doo (n[aum]r*d[=oo] ), n. (Bot.) An Australian name for {Marsilea Drummondii}, a four leaved cryptogamous plant, sometimes used for food. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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