n. pl. plan•tae (-tē)
- plant kingdom,
- plant louse,
- plant out,
- plant pathology,
- planta genista,
- plantain lily
Examples from the Web for planta
The upper or proximal end of the planta is flattened and projects in a posterior direction to form the auricle.
The lower or distal end of the tibia articulates at its anterior edge with the planta.
Some take it to bee 'Planta Solis': of the seedes heereof they make both a kinde of bread and broth.
Right and left baskets thus receive alternately successive contributions of pollen from the planta of the opposite leg.
Miss Planta belongs here to our table; so does anybody that comes, as there is no other kept.