henna

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Türkçe - Türkçe
Kına ağacı
İngilizce - İngilizce
a rich reddish-brown colour

henna colour:.

of a rich reddish-brown colour
A shrub, Lawsonia inernis, having fragrant redish flowers
A reddish plant substance, prepared from the dried leaves of this plant, used for temporary tattoos and hair coloring. Hair colorings range from bright red to earth brown to near black
apply henna to one's hair; "She hennas her hair every month"
Henna is a reddish-brown dye that is made from the leaves of a shrub. It is used especially for colouring hair or skin. a reddish-brown substance used to change the colour of hair or skin (hinna). Tropical shrub or small tree (Lawsonia inermis) of the loosestrife family, native to northern Africa, Asia, and Australia, and the reddish-brown dye obtained from its leaves. The plant bears small opposite leaves and small, fragrant, white to red flowers. In addition to being grown for its dye, it is used as an ornamental
The Persian ladies tinge the tips of their fingers with henna to make them a reddish-yellow "The leaf of the henna-plant resembles that of the myrtle The blossom has a powerful fragrance: it grows like a feather about 18 inches long, forming a cluster of small yellow flowers " - Baker: Nile Tribes, Abyssinia, chap i p 3 Henneberg (Countess) One day a beggar woman asked alms of the Countess, who twitted the beggar for carrying twins The woman, furious with passion, cursed the Countess with the assurance that she should become the mother of 365 children The tradition is that the Countess had this number all at one parturition All the boys were named John and all the girls Elizabeth The story says they all died on the day of their birth, and were buried at Hague
The fragrant white blossoms are used by the Buddhists in religious ceremonies
a reddish brown dye used especially on hair apply henna to one's hair; "She hennas her hair every month
The leaves of the henna plant, or a preparation or dyestuff made from them
{f} dye with henna
The powdered leaves furnish a red coloring matter used in the East to stain the nails and fingers, the manes of horses, etc
{i} lawsonia inermis, type of shrub found in the Middle East with aromatic reddish-brown or white flowers; reddish-orange dye or cosmetic made from the dried and crushed leaves of this shrub; strong or mild reddish brown color; traditional Middle Eastern pre-wedding celebration honoring a bride and groom
A thorny tree or shrub of the genus Lawsonia L
A reddish plant substance used for temporary tattoos and hair coloring. Hair colorings range from bright red to earth brown to near black
a reddish brown dye used especially on hair
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A town in Sicily It was from Henna's beautiful plain that Persephone was abducted by Hades
hennaed
{s} colored, dyed (with henna)
hennas
plural of henna
henna