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NOUN   an ivy leaf | ivy leaves
murattisyklaami {noun} [Cyclamen hederifolium]
ivy-leaf cyclamen
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Translation for 'ivy-leaf' from English to Finnish

ivy-leaf cyclamen
murattisyklaami {noun} [Cyclamen hederifolium]bot.T
Usage Examples English
  • Her signature ivy leaf symbol is drawn from her interest in fairytales and nature.
  • The ivy leaf has been associated with the ancient Egyptian god Osiris and the Greco-Roman god Attis, both of whom were resurrected from the dead.
  • Frames of British skeleton clocks are listed by Roberts: Rafter (Including inverted “Y” frame), Gothic, Scroll (including lyre), Floral (ivy leaf and arabesque) and Architectural.
  • The ivy leaf, the emblem of the Gordon clan, was chosen as the school emblem, and the motto became "servabo fidem" (I will keep the faith).
  • In 1991, the municipality formed around Gilles de Robien designed a new logo, incorporating the Fleur-de-lis and the Ivy leaf present on the coat of arms, placed side by side in red with a background of grey or white, depending on usage.
  • When built, these coaches received the standard CIÉ "ivyleaf" green livery. In the early 1960s, they were re-painted in the new black, orange, and white colour scheme.
  • The Ivy Leaf on the battalion's insignia represented its long standing relationship with the 4th Infantry Division.
  • "Aulacothorax melinus", the poison ivy leaf beetle, is a species of flea beetle in the family Chrysomelidae, formerly in the genus "Orthaltica". It is found in North America.
  • The case also contains a stirrup jar with an ivy-leaf decoration, a prochous with the same floral pattern and two tall Keftiu cups with a spiral decoration.
  • The front plaque bears a leaded ivy leaf motif, inscriptions and the names and details of the three Andrews brothers killed in the First World War.
  • On an 1887 engagement in Springheld, Ohio, organised by Mr. Powers of the Ivy Leaf Company, he became ill and was hospitalised. He was replaced by Barney Delaney.
  • (ivy leaf). It is also known as an aldus leaf (after Italian Renaissance printer Aldus Manutius).
  • "The Oak and Ivy Leaf" was written for young women, "The Young Crusader" was for children, and there were also several books.
  • The ivy leaf came from the Roman numerals for four (IV) and signified their motto "Steadfast and Loyal".
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