crêpe myrtle
noun see crepe myrtle

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • crepe myrtle — or crêpe myrtle noun Date: 1916 crape myrtle …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • crepe myrtle — indinė krausva statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Raudoklinių šeimos dekoratyvinis augalas (Lagerstroemia indica), paplitęs rytų ir pietryčių Azijoje. atitikmenys: lot. Lagerstroemia indica angl. crape myrtle; crepe myrtle; crepeflower… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • crepe myrtle — crepe′ myr tle [[t]kreɪp[/t]] n. pln crape myrtle • Etymology: 1840–50 …   From formal English to slang

  • crepe myrtle — noun ornamental shrub from eastern India commonly planted in the southern United States • Syn: ↑crape myrtle, ↑crepe flower, ↑Lagerstroemia indica • Hypernyms: ↑shrub, ↑bush • Member Holonyms: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • crepe myrtle. — See crape myrtle. [1840 50] * * * …   Universalium

  • crepe myrtle. — See crape myrtle. [1840 50] …   Useful english dictionary

  • crepe myrtle — /kreɪp ˈmɜtl/ (say krayp mertl) noun any cultivated shrub of the genus Lagerstroemia, especially L. indica from China, the many horticultural selections of which give clusters of blooms in a variety of shades, especially pink …   Australian English dictionary

  • Myrtle Hill Cemetery — U.S. National Register of Historic Places …   Wikipedia

  • crepe flower — noun ornamental shrub from eastern India commonly planted in the southern United States • Syn: ↑crape myrtle, ↑crepe myrtle, ↑Lagerstroemia indica • Hypernyms: ↑shrub, ↑bush • Member Holonyms: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • crape myrtle — n. an tall East Indian and Chinese shrub ({Lagerstroemia indica} of the loosestrife family, commonly planted in Southern and Western U. S. as an ornamental shrub. It has clusters of red, white, purple, or pink flowers. Syn: crepe myrtle, crepe… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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