Piper_nigrum

pipor

noun, m., a-decl., 79 occ.

Type: plant

Last Update: 11.10.2011 08:41

References Last Update: 28.01.2021 13:57

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Meaning Last Update: 05.05.2010 08:37

  • A: plant: foreign
    Piper nigrum L., Brown's pepper, Echter Pfeffer
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Occurrences Last Update: 17.06.2010 09:43

  • HA, 140/1 dsg pipere
  • HA, 176/20 dsg pipore
  • HA, 208/4 asg pipor
  • HA, 288/8 dsg pipore
  • HA, 322/8 dsg pipore
  • LA, 110/6 nasg pipor
  • LA, 114/14 nasg pipor
  • LA, 160/2 nasg pipor
  • LA, 168/1 gsg pipores
  • LA, 178/24 nasg pipor
  • LA, 180/13 nasg pipor
  • LA, 194/18 nasg piper
  • LA, 98/1 nasg piper
  • LA, 98/3 nasg pipor
  • LB, 10/38 nasg pipor
  • LB, 11/15 nasg pipor
  • LB, 11/37 nasg pipor
  • LB, 12/1 nasg pipor
  • LB, 12/10 gsg pipores
  • LB, 12/7 nasg pipor
  • LB, 16/34 nasg pipor
  • LB, 17/1 nasg pipor
  • LB, 17/17 nasg pipor
  • LB, 17/18 gsg pipores
  • LB, 18/2 dsg pipore
  • LB, 18/36 nasg pipor
  • LB, 19/17 nasg pipor
  • LB, 19/31 nasg pipor
  • LB, 20/24 gsg pipores
  • LB, 20/40 nasg pipor
  • LB, 20/42 nasg pipor
  • LB, 20/7 nasg pipor
  • LB, 21/5 nasg pipor
  • LB, 23/40 nasg pipor
  • LB, 25/8 nasg pipor
  • LB, 25/9 nasg pipor
  • LB, 27/27 nasg pipor
  • LB, 32/1 nasg pipor
  • LB, 37/3 nasg pipor
  • LB, 38/17 nasg pipor
  • LB, 38/19 nasg pipor
  • LB, 38/36 gsg pipores
  • LB, 39/24 nasg pipor
  • LB, 43/34 nasg pipor
  • LB, 54/30 gsg pipores
  • LB, 55/40 gsg pipores
  • LB, 55/5 gsg pipores
  • LB, 56/10 gsg pipores
  • LB, 56/12 nasg pipor
  • LB, 57/19 gsg pipores
  • LB, 58/2 gsg pipores
  • LB, 6/30 nasg pipor
  • LB, 64/14 gsg pipores
  • LB, 64/18 nasg pipor
  • LB, 64/32 gsg pipores
  • LB, 64/39 gsg pipores
  • LB, 65/31[1] nasg piper
  • LB, 69/7 gsg pipores
  • LB, 74/23 nasg pipor
  • LB, 77/6 gsg pipores
  • LB, 8/24 nasg pipor
  • LB, 80/20 nasg pipor
  • LB, 81/5 gsg pipores
  • LB, 82/30 nasg pipor
  • LB, 84/36 nasg pipor
  • LB, 85/11 nasg pipor
  • LB, 85/7 nasg pipor
  • LB, 95/27 nasg pipor
  • LB, 95/9 nasg pipor
  • LB, 96/23 nasg pipor
  • LB, 96/35 gsg pipores
  • PD, 11/4 nasg piper
  • PD, 21/18 nasg piper
  • PD, 21/27 nasg piper
  • PD, 31/3 nasg piper
  • PD, 33/5 nasg piper
  • PD, 39/23 gsg piperes
  • PD, 47/1f dsg pipore
  • PD, 47/4 gsg piperes
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Image Last Update: 11.10.2011 08:41

Piper nigrum L., Brown's pepper, Echter Pfeffer

Piper_nigrum

Botanical-Information: stylised plate

Source: →reference-information

Krauss, Johann Carl. Afbeeldingen der artseny-gewassen met dervelver Nederduitsche en Latynsche beschryvingen. 4. deel. Amsterdam: J. C. Sepp en Zoon, 1800.

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LA, Lor: Grattan, John Henry Grafton, and Charles Singer. Anglo-Saxon Magic and Medicine. London: Oxford Univ. Press, 1952.
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Most likely a writing error.