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Turner, C. H.; M. Warren (Hrsg.) 1877: The floral kingdom, Its History, Sentiment and Poetry. A Dictionary of more than Three Hundred Plants, with the Genera and Families to Which They Belong, and the Language of Each Illustrated with Appropriate Gems of Poetry. Chicago (With an Autograph Letter and Introductory Poem by William Cullen Bryant. And a practical treatise for amateurs on the Cultivation and Analysis of Plantshttps:/​/​www.​biodiversitylibrary.​org/​item/​116464, abgerufen am 21. Juni 2019). (Übersetzung: Das Blumenreich, Seine Geschichte, Gefühlswelt und Poesie. Ein Wörterbuch mit mehr als dreihundert Pflanzen, mit den Gattungen und Familien, zu denen sie gehören, und der Sprache jeder einzelnen, illustriert mit geeigneten Perlen der Poesie. Chicago. (Mit einem Brief und einleitendem Gedicht in eigenhändiger Schrift von William Cullen Bryant, und einer praktischen Abhandlung für Amateure über die Kultivierung und Analyse von Pflanzen.))

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ACACIA (ROSE)—Friendship (page 1)
ADDER’S TONGUE—Deceit (page 2)
ADONIS—Sorrowful remembrances (page 3)
AGERATUM—Politeness (page 4)
AGRIMONY—Thankfulness (page 5)
AILANTUS—Lofty aspirations (page 6)
ALMOND—Despair (page 7)
ALOE—Grief (page 8)
ALOYSIA—Forgiveness (page 9)
ALYSSUM—Merit before beauty (page 10)
AMARANTH—Immortality (page 11)
AMARANTH (GLOBE)—I change -not (page 12)
AMARYLLIS—Pride (page 13)
AMERICAN ARBOR VITAE—Thine till death (page 14)
AMERICAN ELM—Patriotism (page 15)
AMERICAN LINDEN—Matrimony (page 16)
ANDROMEDA (MARSH)—Bound by fate (page 17)
ANEMONE—Anticipation (page 18)
ANGELICA—Inspiration (page 19)
APOCYNUM—Falsehood (page 20)
APPLE BLOSSOM—Preference (page 21)
APRICOT—Temptation (page 22)
ARBUTUS—Simplicity (page 23)
ARETHUSA—Fear (page 24)
ARISTOLOCHIA—Prodigality (page 25)
ARNICA—Let me heal thy grief (page 26)
ASCLEPIAS—Conquer your love (page 27)
ASH—Grandeur (page 28)
ASPARAGUS—Emulation (page 29)
ASPEN—Excessive sensibility page 30
ASPHODEL—Remembered beyond the tomb (page 31)
ASTER—Cheerfulness in old age (page 32)
AURICULA—Painting (page 33)
AZALEA—Temperance (page 34)
BACCHARIS—Intoxication (page 35)
BACHELOR’S BUTTON—Single blessedness (page 36)
BALM (MOLUCCA)—You excite my curiosity (page 37)
BALM (SWEET)—Charms (page 38)
BALM (WILD)—I value your sympathy (page 39)
BALM OF GILEAD—Sympathetic feeling (page 40)
BALSAMINE—Im patience (page 41)
BARTONIA (GOLDEN)—Does he possess riches? page 42
BASIL (SWEET)—Good wishes (page 43)
BAYBERRY—I respect thy tears (page 44)
BEECH—Lovers’ tryst (page 45)
BEGONIA—Deformity (page 46)
BELLFLOWER—A constant heart (page 47)
BERBERRY—A sour disposition (page 48)
BIRCH—E1egance (page 49)
BLACK HOARHOUND—I reject you (page 50)
BLADDERNUT—A trifling character (page 51)
BORAGE—Abruptness (page 52)
BOUNCING BESS—Intrusion (page 53)
Box—Stoicism (page 54)
BROOM—Humility (page 55)
BROOM CORN—Labor (page 56)
BROWALLIA—Can you bear poverty? page 57
BUGLOSS—Hypocrisy (page 58)
BULRUSH—Indecision (page 59)
BURDOCK—Proximity undesirable (page 60)
BUTTERCUP—Distrust (page 61)
BUTTERFLY ORCHIS—Gaiety (page 62)
CACALIA—Adulation (page 63)
CACTUS (NIGHT-BL00M1NG)—Transient beauty page 64
CACTUS (SNAKE)—You terrify me (page 65)
CALCEOLARIA—Novelty (page 66)
CALLA LILY—Feminine beauty (page 67)
CALYCANTHUS—Benevolence (page 68)
CAMELLIA—Perfect loveliness (page 69)
CANARY GRASS—Perseverance (page 70)
CANDYTUET—Architecture (page 71)
CANTERBURY BELLS—Gratitude (page 72)
CARDAMINE—Infatuation (page 73)
CARDINAL FLOWER—Preferment (page 74)
CARNATION—Contempt (page 75)
CATCHFLY—I am thy prisoner (page 76)
CEDAR (RED)—I live for thee (page 77)
CELANDINE—Future happiness (page 78)
CHAMOMILE—Mercy (page 79)
CHESTNUT—Deceptive appearances (page 80)
CHICKWEED—Star of my existence (page 81)
CHICORY—Prudent economy (page 82)
CHINA ASTER (DOUBLE)—Bounty (page 83)
CHINA ASTER (SINGLE)—I will think of it (page 84)
CHRYSANTHEMUM—Slighted affections (page 85)
CINERARIA—Always delightful (page 86)
CITRON—Marriage (page 87)
CLIANTHUS—Glorious beauty (page 88)
CLOTBUR—Detraction (page 89)
CLOVER—Industry (page 90)
COBAEA—Gossip (page 91)
COCKSCOMB—Foppery (page 92)
COLUMBINE—Folly (page 93)
COREOPSIS—Happy at all times (page 94)
CORIANDER—Merit (page 95)
CORN COCKLE—Worth above beauty (page 96)
CORONILLA—Success crown your wishes (page 97)
COTTON PLANT—Greatness (page 98)
CRANBERRY—Hardihood (page 99)
CRAPE MYRTLE—Eloquence (page 100)
CROCUS (SPRING)—Cheerfulness (page 101)
CROWN IMPERIAL—Imperial power (page 102)
CUPHEA—Impatience (page 103)
CURRANT—You please all (page 104)
CYCLAMEN—Difiidence (page 105)
CYPRESS—Sorrow (page 106)
DAFFODIL—Chivalry (page 107)
DAHLIA—Dignity (page 108)
DAISY—Innocence and beauty (page 109)
DANDELION—Youthful recollections (page 110)
DAPHNE—Sweets to the sweet (page 111)
DARNEL—Vice (page 112)
DAY LILY—Coquetry (page 113)
DEADLY NIGHTSHADE—Death (page 114)
DODDER—Baseness (page 115)
DOGWOOD—Honesty true nobility (page 116)
DRAGON’S CLAW—Danger (page 117)
DWARF PINK—Innocence (page 118)
DYER’S WEED—Design (page 119)
EBENASTER—Night (page 120)
EGLANTINE—Home (page 121)
ELDER—Zeal (page 122)
ENCHANTER’S NIGHTSHADE—Sorcery (page 123)
ENDIVE—Medicine (page 124)
ENGLISH Moss—Fortitude (page 125)
ESCALLONIA—Opinion (page 126)
ETERNAL FLOWER—Eternity (page 127)
EUPATORIUM—Delay (page 128)
EUPHORBIA—Reproof (page 129)
EUTOCA—A Gift (page 130)
EYEBRIGHT—Your eyes are bewitching (page 131)
FENNEL—Worthy all praise (page 132)
FENNEL FLOWER—Artifice (page 133)
FERN (WALKING)—Curiosity (page 134)
FEVERFEW—Beneficence (page 135)
FIR BALSAM—Hea1th (page 136)
FLAx—Domestic industry (page 137)
FLOWER-OE-AN-HOUR—Trifling beauty (page 138)
FOUR-O’CLOCK—Time (page 139)
FOXGLOVE—De1irium (page 140)
FRITILLARIA—Persecution (page 141)
FUCHSIA—Grace (page 142)
GENTIAN—Intrinsic worth (page 143)
GERANIUM—Confidence (page 144)
GLADIOLUS—Ready armed (page 145)
GLOBE FLOWER—Fancy (page 146)
GOURD—Extent (page 147)
GRASS—Utility (page 148)
GROUND IVY—Enjoyment (page 149)
GROUND PINE—Complaint (page 150)
GUM TREE—Enthusiasm (page 151)
HAWKWEED—Quick-sightedness (page 152)
HEATH—Solitude (page 153)
HELENIUM—Tears (page 154)
HELIOTROPE—Devotion (page 155)
HELLEBORE—Calumny (page 156)
HEMP—Fate (page 157)
HoLLYHOCK—Ambition (page 158)
HOLLY—Foresight (page 159)
HONESTY—Honesty (page 160)
HONEYSUCKLE—Bonds of love (page 161)
HOP—Injustice (page 162)
HORSE CHESTNUT—Luxury (page 163)
HOUSELEEK—Vivacity (page 164)
HOYA—Sculpture (page 165)
HYACINTH—Jealousy (page 166)
HYDRANGEA—Boasting (page 167)
HYSSOP—Purificati0n (page 168)
ICE PLANT—Formality (page 169)
INDIAN MALLow—Estimation (page 170)
IPOMmA—Attachment (page 171)
IPOMOPSIS—Suspense (page 172)
IRIS—A messenger (page 173)
IVY—Lasting friendship (page 174)
JASMINE (WHITE)—Amiability (page 175)
JUNIPER—Asylum (page 176)
JUSTICIA—Female loveliness (page 177)
KENNEDYA—Mental beauty (page 178)
LADY'S SLIPPER—Fickleness (page 179)
LAKE-FLOWER—Retil‘el‘nent (page 180)
LANTANA—Rigor (page 181)
LARKSPUR—Levity (page 182)
LAUREL—Glory (page 183)
LAURESTINE—I die if neglected (page 184)
LAVENDER—Confession (page 185)
LEMON BLOSSOM—Discretion (page 186)
LETTUCE—Cold-hearted (page 187)
LILAC—Awakening love (page 188)
LILY—Purity (page 189)
LILY OF THE VALLEY—Return of happiness (page 190)
LION’S HEART—Bravery (page 191)
LOASA—Pleasure (page 192)
LOBELIA—Malevolence (page 193)
LOCUST—Vicissitude (page 194)
LOPHOSPERMUM—Ecstasy (page 195)
LUPINE—Voraciousness (page 196)
MAGNOLIA—Love of nature (page 197)
MALLOW—Goodness (page 198)
MAPLE (ROCK)—Reserve (page 199)
MARIGOLD—Cruelty (page 200)
MARJORAM (SWEET)—Blushes (page 201)
MATTHIOLA—Promptitude (page 202)
MAURANDIA—Courtesy (page 203)
MAYWEED—Rumor (page 204)
MEDICK—Agriculture (page 205)
MELILOT—Philanthropy (page 206)
MERMAID WEED—Necessity (page 207)
MIGNONETTE—Your qualities surpass your charms (page 208)
MINT—Virtue (page 209)
MISTLETOE—Obstacles to be overcome (page 210)
MONKSHOOD—Knight-errantry (page 211)
MORNING GLORY—Repose (page 212)
MOURNING BRIDE—Unfortunate attachment (page 213)
MULLEIN—Good nature (page 214)
MUSK PLANT—A meeting (page 215)
MUSTARD—Indifference (page 216)
MYRTLE—Love (page 217)
NASTURTIUM—Heroism (page 218)
NEMOPHILA—Prosperity (page 219)
NETTLE—Slander (page 220)
OAK—Honor (page 221)
OATS—Country life (page 222)
OLEANDER—Beware (page 223)
OLEASTER—Providence (page 224)
OLIVE—Peace (page 225)
ORANGE—Chastity (page 226)
ORCHIS—A belle (page 227)
OSIER (BASKET)—Frankness (page 228)
OSMUNDA—Dreams (page 229)
OXALIS—Parental affection (page 230)
PonNY—Shame (page 231)
PARSLEY—Festivity (page 232)
PASSION FLOWER—Holy love (page 233)
PEA (SWEET)—Departure (page 234)
PEACH BLOSSOM—I am your captive (page 235)
PENTSTEMON—High-bred (page 236)
PERIWINKLE—Early friendship (page 237)
PERSIMMON—Amid nature’s beauties (page 238)
PETUNIA—Keep your promises (page 239)
PHASEOLUS—Opportunity (page 240)
PHLOX—Unanimity (page 241)
PIMPERNEL—Mirth (page 242)
PINE—Philosophy (page 243)
PITCHER PLANT—Instinct (page 244)
PLUMBAGO—Meekness with dignity (page 245)
POINSETTIA—Brilliancy (page 246)
POMEGRANATE—Lightning (page 247)
POPPY (OPIUM)—Sleep (page 248)
PORTULACA—Variety (page 249)
POTENTILLA—Beloved daughter (page 250)
PRIMROSE—Youth (page 251)
PRIVET—Defense (page 252)
QUEEN OF THE MEADOW—Praise (page 253)
QUEEN OF THE PRAIRIE—Nobility (page 254)
QUINCE—Allurement (page 255)
RAGGED ROBIN—Wit (page 256)
RANUNCULUS—Ingratitude (page 257)
RHODORA—Beauty in retirement (page 258)
ROCKET—Rivalry (page 259)
ROSE (AUSTRIAN)—Loveliness (page 260)
ROSEBAY—Talking (page 261)
ROSE (DAMASK)—Blushing beauty (page 262)
ROSE-LEAVED RUBUS—Threats (page 263)
ROSEMARY—Remembrance (page 264)
ROSE (MUSK)—Charms (page 265)
ROSE (WHITE)—Secrecy (page 266)
RUDBECKIA—Justice (page 267)
RUE—Repentance (page 268)
SAGE—Domestic virtue (page 269)
SALVIA—Energy (page 270)
SARSAPARILLA—Experience (page 271)
SASSAFRAS—Favor (page 272)
SENSITIVE PLANT—Bashful modesty (page 273)
SHAMROCK—Light-heartedness (page 274)
SNAPDRAGON—Presumption (page 275)
SNOWBALL—Thoughts of heaven (page 276)
SNOWDROP—Consolation (page 277)
SNOWDROP TREE—Exhilaration (page 278)
SOUTHERNWOOD—Jesting (page 279)
SPEEDWELL—Female fidelity (page 280)
SPIDERWORT—Transient happiness (page 281)
SPIKENARD—Benefits (page 282)
SPRUCE—Farewell (page 283)
STAPELIA—Offense (page 284)
STAR FLOWER—Reciprocity (page 285)
STAR OF BETHLEHEM—Reconciliation (page 286)
STRAWBERRY—Perfect goodness (page 287)
SUMACH—Splendor (page 288)
SUMMER SAVORY—Success (page 289)
SUNFLOWER—Lofty thoughts (page 290)
SWEET FLAG—Fitness, I page 291
SWEET POTATO—Hidden qualities (page 292)
SWEET SULTAN—Felicity (page 293)
SWEET WILLIAM—Stratagem (page 294)
SYCAMORE—Woodland beauty (page 295)
SYRINGA—Memory (page 296)
TANSY—Resistance (page 297)
TEASEL—Misanthropy (page 298)
THISTLE—Austerity (page 299)
THORN—Difficulty (page 300)
THORN APPLE—Deceitful charms (page 301)
THRIFT—Sympathy (page 302)
TIGER FLOWER—Pride befriend me (page 303)
TRUMPET FLOWER—Fame (page 304)
TUBEROSE—Voluptuousness (page 305)
TULIP—Declaration of love (page 306)
TUSSILAGO—Justice to you (page 307)
VALERIAN—Obliging disposition (page 308)
VENUS’s FLY-TRAP—Deceit (page 309)
VENUS’S LOOKING-GLASS—Flattery (page 310)
VERBENA—Sensibility (page 311)
VIOLET—Modesty (page 312)
VIRGIN’S BOWER—Filial affection (page 313)
WALLFLOWER—Fidelity in misfortune (page 314)
WALNUT—Intellect (page 315)
WATER LILY—Eloquence (page 316)
WEEPING WILLOW—Melancholy (page 317)
WHEAT—Riches (page 318)
WHITE WALNUT—Understanding (page 319)
WINTER CHERRY—Deception (page 320)
WITCH HAZEL—Witchery (page 321)
WORMWOOD—Absence (page 322)
YARROW—War (page 323)
YEW—Sorrow (page 324)
YUCCA—Authority (page 325)
ZINNIA—Thoughts in absence (page 326)



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