Cassina



cassena.
dahoon.
yaupon.
Historical Examples

The Amphitryon and cassina of Plautus were frequently given.
Beatrice d’Este, Duchess of Milan, 1475-1497 Julia Mary Cartwright

Seizing his long stick, the boy crept toward the fowl behind the screen offered by the cassina bushes.
Captain Ted Louis Pendleton

The chief, at length convinced, led the party to his lodge, and entertained them with a decoction of the herb called cassina.
Pioneers Of France In The New World Francis Parkman, Jr.

cassina bushes fringed the shores, the vegetation rising thence to a few tall cypress trees in the center.
Captain Ted Louis Pendleton

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