Webster 1913 Edition
ternatus, fr. L.
ternithree each. See
Having the parts arranged by threes;–
ternatebranches, leaves, or flowers
Webster 1828 Edition
These leaves must not be confounded with folia terna, which are leaves that grow three together in a whorl, on a stem or branch.
Ternate bat, a species of bat of a large kind, found in the isle Ternate, and other East India isles. [See Vampyre.]
Terra Japonica, catechu, so called.
Terra Lemnia, a species of red bolar earth.
Terra ponderosa, baryte; heavy spar.
Sienna, a brown bole or ocher from Sienna in Italy.