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WHAT DOES BABY'S-BREATH MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Gypsophila /dʒɪpˈsɒfɪlə/ is a genus of flowering plants in the carnation family, Caryophyllaceae. They are native to Eurasia, Africa, Australia, and the Pacific Islands. Turkey has a particularly high diversity of Gypsophila taxa, with about 35 endemic species. Some Gypsophila are introduced species in other regions. The genus name is from the Greek gypsos and philios, a reference to the gypsum-rich substrates on which some species grow. Plants of the genus are known commonly as baby's-breath, a name which also refers specifically to the well known ornamental species Gypsophila paniculata.
Definition of baby's-breath in the English dictionary
The definition of baby's-breath in the dictionary is a tall Eurasian caryophyllaceous plant, Gypsophila paniculata, bearing small white or pink fragrant flowers. Other definition of baby's-breath is any of several other plants, such as the grape hyacinth and certain bedstraws, that have small scented flowers.
The translations of baby's-breath from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «baby's-breath» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «BABY'S-BREATH» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «baby's-breath» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «baby's-breath» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about baby's-breath
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BABY'S-BREATH»
Discover the use of baby's-breath in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to baby's-breath and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Baby's Breath is compelling, beautiful and rewarding. As it affirms the triumph of
love and the possibility of redemption it becomes an instrument of social change.
"Baby's Breath provides insight into how this heartbreaking tragedy might occur.
Lynne Hugo, Anna Tuttle Villegas, 2000
BABY'S BREATH: Some RHYME and REASON
Some RHYME and REASON Stevie Rawlings. Some RHYME and REASON
BABY'S BREATH BABY'S BREATH BABY'S BREATH Some RHYME and
REASON Stevie Rawlings. OVER ON YOUNG (4917 YoungAvenue, Indianapolis
, Indiana) ...
Stevie Rawlings, 2014
Baby's Breath: A Murder Mystery
But who, as protagonist Gracie Barufaldi keeps asking, would want to kill a baby? Skilfully woven with well drawn characters, the book has a startling twist for a conclusion, and will keep readers guessing until the very end.
Eugnie D. West, 2012
Creating A Deer Proof Garden
Gypsophila paniculata Baby's Breath Description - Certainly a perennial that will
be recognized by everyone who sees it, baby's breath is a member of the pink
family. Native to Eastern Europe, it is a favorite for cut flowers and arrangements.
Peter Derano, 2007
Little Poems ...
"Baby's Breath" Once a tiny baby straying On its toddling little feet, By the
mountain torrent playing, Chanced a roving wind to meet. Now the wind was cold
and shifting, And the baby's gentle breath Forth in pretty cloudlets drifting Fled
away to ...
Ruby Archer, 1900
House & Garden: HG.
This, I am bound to admit, is partly due to the finely divided flower, but gypsophila
, or “baby's breath,” has an almost equally fine flower, and is of an even lighter
value, being white, and yet, on account of its greater intensity or stronger ...
Practical Landscape Gardening
... hrysanthemum Plantain Lily Red Hot Poker Plant Stoke's Aster Peony* Yellow
Flag Tickseed Blue Bonnet Baby's Breath Scotch Pink Phlox Harebell Chinese
Larkspur Cone Flower Peony Japanese Flag Chinese Bellfiower
Robert B. Cridland, Robert Cridland, 2008
Market Growers Journal
Next in importance is Gypsophila, more commonly known as "Baby's Breath."
This is a rapidly growing plant which is practically all blossoms and no leaves,
although of course it has some leaves which arc scarcely noticeable. The seed
The Rover Boys in the Air: Or, From College Campus to the Clouds
Some think that Rambler Red will prevail while others favor Nile Green and a
new shade called Baby's Breath. Personally I favor Baby's Breath and have
purchased one dozen of that shade. If I get any more definite news about shades
I will ...
Arthur M. Winfield, 1912
Suppose, to get away from the abstract, half a dozen oriental poppies and as
many plants of "baby's breath" (Gypsophila paniculata) are set out in a home
nursery bed — in parallel rows, about fifteen inches apart and the plants nine
Henry Sherman Adams, 1913
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «BABY'S-BREATH»
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Saks's Renovated Givenchy Boutique is Now Open
But, the collection also features graphic designs and floral prints, including a baby's-breath pattern that shows up in clothing and accessories. Naturally, the ... «Chicagomag.com, Jun 15»
Philosophy of flowers
... Donghua University learned to make their own Ichiyo-style arrangements with bamboo, palm leaves, Barberton daisy, and baby's-breath. «Global Times, Jun 15»
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