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==Translingual==
 
==Translingual==
[[File:Sáfrányos szeklice.jpg|thumb|right|''Carthamus''|500px]]
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===Etymology===
 
===Etymology===
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====Hyponyms====
 
====Hyponyms====
* {{sense|genus}} ''[[Carthamus tinctorius]]'' - selected species. For other species see {{specieslite}}
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* {{sense|genus}} ''[[Carthamus tinctorius]]'' - selected species; for other species see {{specieslite|i=1}}
   
===Further reading===
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===References===
* {{pedia}}
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* {{pedia|i=1}}
* {{specieslite}}
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* {{specieslite|i=1}}
* {{comcatlite}}
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* {{comcatlite|i=1}}
 
* {{R:USDA Plants|CARTH}}
 
* {{R:USDA Plants|CARTH}}
* {{R:ITIS|500182}}
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* {{R:ITIS|500182|i=1}}
* {{R:TPL}}
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* {{R:TPL|i=1}}
   
===References===
 
 
* {{R:arc:Löw-Färberpflanzen|pages=111–114}}
 
* {{R:arc:Löw-Färberpflanzen|pages=111–114}}

Revision as of 19:53, 1 August 2018

Translingual

Etymology

From Medieval Latin carthamus, from Arabic قُرْطُم‎(qurṭum) for the genus, from Classical Syriac ܩܽܘܪܛܡܳܐ(qūrṭəmā, safflower), from ܩܰܪܛܶܡ(qarṭem, to cut off gently, to trim) from the plucking off petals which are used for dyeing.

Proper noun

Carthamus m

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Asteraceae – the safflowers, the distaff thistles.

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Hyponyms

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