English to Bengali Meaning :: flax

flax
শণ, শণগাছ, মসিনা, মসিনা গাছ, অতসী, শণের সূত্র, তিসি অতসি, সমীনাগাছ, ক্ষৌম
Flax :
হালকা হলুদবর্ণ
 

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Noun(1) fiber of the flax plant that is made into thread and woven into linen fabric(2) plant of the genus Linum that is cultivated for its seeds and for the fibers of its stem

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(1) Linen is from flax , a bast fiber taken from the stalk of the plant.(2) Prior to that, cushions were stuffed with flax , cotton or other padded materials and the result was fairly deadening.(3) Many have abundant gardens, with brilliant red poppies, orange marigolds, blue flax , pink clematis and jacaranda, and large cypress and eucalyptus trees.(4) a mill for the preparation and spinning of flax(5) These fibres would then be spun in the same way as flax or wool.(6) Nevertheless, linseed itself is sometimes used as a food grain in India, where the species originated and where flax has been cultivated since earliest times.(7) Oats, millet, opium poppies, and flax were also being cultivated by the end of the Neolithic period.(8) Irish farmers came to rely on imported flax seed because the very best linen required the harvesting of flax before the seed could mature.(9) Laces were typically made from flax , silk, metal wrapped silk and some cotton and wool.(10) The principal crops are grain, sunflower seeds, sugar beet, and flax .(11) Handmade utensils have been produced since the beginning of the nineteenth century; the primary textiles are wool and flax .(12) Travelling with them were weeds of nuisance significance, selection favouring their life-cycles to fit those of the crops or to mimic them: false oat in cereals, and in flax, the false flax .
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1. hemp ::
শণ
3. lint ::
তিসি
4. linseed ::
তিসি
5. linen ::
লিনেন
Different Forms
flax, flaxen
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