Gentian blue



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  • Gentianella

    /ˌdʒɛnʃəˈnɛlə; -ʃɪə-/ noun 1. any of various gentianaceous plants, esp the alpine species Gentiana acaulis, which has showy blue flowers 2. any of several related plants of the genus Gentianella

  • Gentian-family

    noun 1. the plant family Gentianaceae, typified by herbaceous plants having simple opposite leaves, usually blue flowers with five united petals, and fruit in the form of a capsule, and including the closed gentian, fringed gentian, centaury, exacum, and marsh pink.

  • Gentianophil

    gentianophil gen·tian·o·phil (jěn’shə-nō-fĭl’) or gen·tian·o·phile (-fīl’, -fĭl’) adj. Staining readily with gentian violet. gen’tian·o·phil’ic adj.

  • Gentianophobic

    gentianophobic gen·tian·o·pho·bic (jěn’shə-nō-fō’bĭk) adj. Not staining or staining poorly with gentian violet.

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