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Lignum-vitae

Lig´num-vi´tae   Pronunciation: lĭg´nŭm vī´tē
n.1.(Bot.) A tree (Guaiacum officinale) found in the warm latitudes of America, from which the guaiacum of medicine is procured. Its wood is very hard and heavy, and is used for various mechanical purposes, as for the wheels of ships' blocks, cogs, bearings, and the like. See Guaiacum.
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Ligniform
Lignify
Lignin
Ligniperdous
Lignireose
Lignite
Lignitic
Lignitic group
Lignitiferous
Lignoceric
Lignone
lignosae
Lignose
lignum
Lignum rhodium
lignum vitae
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Ligroin
Ligsam
Ligula
Ligularia
Ligulate
Ligulate flower
Ligule
Liguliflorous
Ligure
Liguria
Ligurian Sea
Ligustrin
Ligustrum
Ligustrum amurense
Ligustrum ibolium
Ligustrum japonicum
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