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bou·gain·vil·le·a

also bou·gain·vil·lae·a  (bo͞o′gən-vĭl′ē-ə, -vĭl′yə, -vē′ə, bō′-)
n.
Any of several woody shrubs or vines of the genus Bougainvillea of Central and South America, having small flowers surrounded by large usually bright red or purple bracts.

[New Latin Bougainvillea, genus name, after Louis Antoine de Bougainville.]

bougainvillea

(ˌbuːɡənˈvɪlɪə) or

bougainvillaea

n
(Plants) any tropical woody nyctaginaceous widely cultivated climbing plant of the genus Bougainvillea, having inconspicuous flowers surrounded by showy red or purple bracts
[C19: New Latin, named after Louis Antoine de Bougainville (1729–1811), French navigator]

bou•gain•vil•le•a

(ˌbu gənˈvɪl i ə, -ˈvɪl yə, ˌboʊ-)

n. -le•as.
any of several South American shrubs or vines belonging to the genus Bougainvillea, of the four-o'clock family, having small flowers with showy, variously colored bracts.
[1789; < New Latin, after Latin. A. de Bougainville]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bougainvillea - any of several South American ornamental woody vines of the genus Bougainvillea having brilliant red or purple flower bractsbougainvillea - any of several South American ornamental woody vines of the genus Bougainvillea having brilliant red or purple flower bracts; widely grown in warm regions
Bougainvillaea, genus Bougainvillaea, genus Bougainvillea - ornamental tropical woody vines
Bougainvillea glabra, paper flower - Brazilian vine that tends to flower continuously
vine - a plant with a weak stem that derives support from climbing, twining, or creeping along a surface
Translations
buganviliabuganvillacomomosípapelilloSanta Rita
bougainvilleaihmeköynnös
bugenvilija
bougainvillea
bougainvilleatrillingblomst
bugenwilla
bougainvillea
begonvil
бугенвілія

bougainvillea

[ˌbuːgənˈvɪlɪə] Nbuganvilla f

bougainvillea

[ˌbuːgənˈvɪliə] book-binding > bougainvillaea (British) nbougainvillée f, bougainvillier m

bougainvillea

bougainvillea

bougainvillaea [ˌbuːgənˈvɪlɪə] nbuganvillea
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Most of the 26 species were already reported for adjacent subtidal communities, but Bougainvillia muscus and Phialella belgicae were previously reported only for the Buenos Aires coast and the northern Patagonia (Genzano et al.
Pontellopsis brevis, Sagitta enflata and Thalia democratica occurred only in July (rainy season), whereas Bougainvillia ramosa, Eucheillota duodecimalis, Paracalanus aculeatus, Pseudodiaptomus richardi, Oithona plumifera, Oithona simplex, Oncaea media and Farranula gracilis were registered only in February (dry season).
With its whitewashed walls, terracotta roof and blooming bougainvillia, our apartment could have come straight from a movie set I Under the Tuscan Sun and Room with a View combined.
on Bougainvillia Way near Flower Park Drive and Soledad Canyon Road.
If you're really determined to have a garden in winter, a wicked little voice in my head says `go somewhere warm, where the bougainvillia blooms'.
Bougainvillia muscoides showed its highest densities in the central sector of the Magellan Strait (4700 ind 1000 [m.
Contractor address : 22-A Park Avenue Corner Bougainvillia St.
En esta epoca se noto una mayor presencia de medusas Chrysaora plocamia, Bougainvillia niobe y Blackfordia virginica, especies registradas como depredadoras de huevos y larvas de A.