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Definitions of zea:

part of speech: noun

Corn- silk stigmata maydis, the styles and stigmas of Zea mays, maize or Indian corn; diuretic and antispasmodic in subacute and chronic affections of the urinary tract in doses of 32 ( 60. 0) of an infusion of 2 ounces to the pint ( 60: 480), or of 31 ( 4. 0) of the N. F. fluidextract.

Usage examples for zea:

  • " Zen dell 'im zat he zhold not look vor ztrawberries in ze zea nor red herring in ze wood," she said with a look of scorn. "The Redemption of David Corson", Charles Frederic Goss
  • Growing on old stalks and leaves of Zea mays. "The Myxomycetes of the Miami Valley, Ohio", A. P. Morgan
  • Yer name var zetch avanct avare y'e, e'en a dicke var hie, arent whilke ye brine o' zea an ee crags o'noghanes cazed nae balk. "The English Language", Robert Gordon Latham

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