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annotinum is Latin (last year's) meaning 'one year old or of the previous year' with reference to the ..... . [See Lycopodium annotinum.]

annua means 'annual'. [See Adonis annua, Lunaria annua, Melilotus alba var. annua, Mercurialis annua, Poa annua.]

annuum means 'annual'. [See Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum, Capsicum annuum var. grossum, Capsicum annuum var. longum.]

annuus means 'annual'. [See Helianthus annuus.]

Anogeissus [genus name] means 'upward tiled' with reference to the scaly petalless flowerheads. [See Anogeissus.]

antarctica means 'of or from the South Polar region (in the botanical world anything south of 45ºS including Tierra del Fuego)'. [See Cissus antarctica, Dicksonia antarctica, Nothofagus antarctica.]

Antennaria [genus name] is derived from Latin antenna (a sailing ship's yard) that for some authorities is reference to the fluffy appearance of the male flowers and for others to the hairy fruit. [See Antennaria.]

anthelmia means 'expelling intestinal worms'. [See Spigelia anthelmia.]

Anthemis [genus name] is derived from Greek name -anthemon (flower).

The botanical name for Chamomile (now Chamaemelum nobile) used to be Anthemis nobile. [See Anthemis.]

Anthoxanthum [genus name] is made up of Greek antho- (flower) and xantho- (deep yellow) components with reference to the ripe spikes and is applied specifically to sweet vernal grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum). [See Anthoxanthum.]


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