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au·ric·u·la

 (ô-rĭk′yə-lə)
n. pl. au·ric·u·las or auricula
1. A central European primrose (Primula auricula) having yellow flowers grouped in umbels.
2. Any of numerous hybrids of this species with other primroses, widely cultivated for their showy flowers in many different colors.

[Latin, auricle; see auricle.]
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auricula

(ɔːˈrɪkjʊlə)
n, pl -lae (-ˌliː) or -las
1. (Plants) Also called: bear's-ear a widely cultivated alpine primrose, Primula auricula, with leaves shaped like a bear's ear
2. (Biology) another word for auricle3
[C17: from New Latin, from Latin: external ear; see auricle]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.auricula - yellow-flowered primrose native to Alps; commonly cultivated
primrose, primula - any of numerous short-stemmed plants of the genus Primula having tufted basal leaves and showy flowers clustered in umbels or heads
2.auricula - a pouch projecting from the top front of each atrium of the heartauricula - a pouch projecting from the top front of each atrium of the heart
atrium cordis, atrium of the heart - the upper chamber of each half of the heart
pouch, pocket - (anatomy) saclike structure in any of various animals (as a marsupial or gopher or pelican)
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References in classic literature ?
Flowers peeped out amongst the leaves; snow- drops, crocuses, purple auriculas, and golden-eyed pansies.
The roof was all of crimson roses, the windows of lilies, the walls of white carnations, the floors of glowing auriculas and violets, the doors of gorgeous tulips and narcissi with sunflowers for knockers, and all round hyacinths and other sweet-smelling flowers bloomed in masses, so that the air was perfumed far and near and enchanted all who were present.
Suddenly Monsieur de Valois's eyes lighted on Madame Granson, arrayed in her green hat with bunches of auriculas, and beaming with evident joy.
you'll make yourself giddy, an' tumble down i' the dirt," said Luke, the head miller, a tall, broad-shouldered man of forty, black-eyed and black-haired, subdued by a general mealiness, like an auricula.
Otopteri pero con rasgos manifiestos de tal grupo, i.e., habito erecto, peciolos con auriculas basales, sinflorescencias corimbiformes, anteras obtusas en la base (Cabrera, 1985).
Despues se removio el corazon incidiendo los grandes vasos a nivel de la base y luego ambos ventriculos se incidieron paralelamente al surco coronario e interventriculares, y las dos auriculas se incidieron en su margen libre, con el objetivo de estudiar la conformacion interior.
Dada la importancia clinica del uso del antagonista [beta]-adrenergico propranolol y el aumento gradual de pacientes con IR en la ultima decada, la presente investigacion tiene por objetivo conocer los efectos cronotropico e inotropico de este farmaco sobre auriculas extraidas de ratas con resistencia a la insulina.
Auriculas and pinks are two obvious examples and many of the bulbs that appeared on superb displays, like those of Avon Bulbs and Jacques Amand, are alpine bulbs.
Auriculas and pinks are two obvious examples and many of the bulbs that appear on superb displays, like those of Avon Bulbs and Jacques Amand, are alpine bulbs.