Euterpe

NOUN
  1. a monocotyledonous genus of graceful palm trees in tropical America
  2. (Greek mythology) the Muse of music (or the flute)
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  • Species found associated with these mangroves because of their location adjacent to tropical forests and because of high freshwater input include the tropical forest species, leguminosae vine (Dalbergia brownei), and Apocynaceae liana (Rhabdadenia biflora); freshwater macrophytes, Araceae Montrichardia arborescens, and Leguminosae Mora oleifera; and palm species, Euterpe oleracea and Orbygnia martiana. Pará mangroves
  • Some of these important trees include yellow mombim (Spondias mombim), palms such as buriti (Mauritia flexuosa) and açaí (Euterpe oleraceae), socoró (Mouriri ulei), and tarumã (Vitex cymosa). Gurupa varzea
  • I opened it; and as if it, too, were a link in the chain of influences which I half felt was being forged around me, it opened at the first part of "Euterpe," where The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 30, April, 1860
  • Tree ferns and palms such as Geonoma appuniana and Euterpe caatinga grow well and Bromeliaceae and Eriocaulaceae grow in the understorey (Castillo, 2005; Sears, 2001b). Canaima National Park, Venezuela
  • Farmers are planting stands of Euterpe oleracea for the commercially valuable açaí fruits, replacing. naturally dense stands of the native buriti palm Mauritia flexuosa. Marajó varzea
  • The most abundant species of palms are Astrocaryum murumuru, Raphia taedigera, Euterpe oleracea, Maximiliana regia, Oenocarpus bacaba, Jessenia bataua, Mauritia flexuosa, Manicaria saccifera, Socratea exorrhiza, and various species of Geonoma. Marajó varzea
  • She was called "Euterpe" by her Italian contemporaries because her superb voice, artistic skill, musical fire and intelligence fitted her to be the muse of music. For Every Music Lover A Series of Practical Essays on Music
  • Flanking the third looking glass are Mercury, god of trade and profit, identified by his caduceus and broad winged hat, and Euterpe, Muse of music, holding a flute.
  • He made a little money by writing the words for a cantata, "Euterpe", sung at the opening of the The Poems of Henry Kendall With Biographical Note by Bertram Stevens
  • Urania is represented by the armillary sphere, Euterpe by flutes, Thalia by the rebec, Melpomene by the hunting horn, Terpsichore by the cittern, Erato by the jingle ring, and Polyhymnia by the organ. Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
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