planta plan·ta (plān'tə)
n. pl. plan·tae (-tē)
There they brought to trial planta and sentenced him to death, and his fall struck the keynote to the tragedy that followed.
As the plantagenets had their “planta genista,” the broom; so the Dymokes would seem to have had their “oak.”
The curving part of the planta, by which it inosculates with the Tibia.
He afterwards took the name of plantagenet (planta genista) and transmitted it to his princely posterity.
From the sprig of broom (planta genista) that his father, Geoffrey of Anjou, is said to have worn as a badge.
The tibia and the planta of the hind leg of the worker bee are greatly flattened.
The upper or proximal end of the planta is flattened and projects in a posterior direction to form the auricle.
Right and left baskets thus receive alternately successive contributions of pollen from the planta of the opposite leg.
Fig. 677 represents the famous badge of the "broom-cod" or "planta genista," from which the name of the dynasty was derived.
Some take it to bee 'planta Solis': of the seedes heereof they make both a kinde of bread and broth.