Čaura, košuljica, omotač; metalni omotač na boci; metalna kapica ili cevčica napunjena eksplozivom (služi za paljenje punjenja puščanog, topovskog, minskog i dr.); bot. čaura (koja omotava seme); hem. bokast sud za isparavanje; v. kapisla. (lat.)
ETYM Old Eng. boton, botoun, French bouton button, bud, prop. something pushing out, from bouter to push. Related to Butt an end.
1. Any of various plant parts that resemble buttons.
2. Sewn to shirts and coats etc to fit through buttonholes.
ETYM Old Eng. cappe, AS. caeppe, cap, cape, hood, from LL, cappa, capa; perhaps of Iberian origin. Related to Cape, Cope.
1. A top (as for a bottle).
2. Something serving as a cover or protection.
3. Umbrellalike fruiting structure forming the top of a stalked fleshy fungus such as a mushroom; SYN. pileus.
ETYM Latin capsula a little box or chest, from capsa chest, case, from capere to take, contain: cf. French capsule.
In botany, a dry, usually many-seeded fruit formed from an ovary composed of two or more fused carpels, which splits open to release the seeds. The same term is used for the spore-containing structure of mosses and liverworts; this is borne at the top of a long stalk or seta.
Capsules burst open (dehisce) in various ways, including lengthwise, by a transverse lid—for example, scarlet pimpernel Anagallis arvensis—or by a number of pores, either toward the top of the capsule, as in the poppy Papaver, or near the base, as in certain species of bellflower Campanula.
1. A pill in the form of a small rounded container with medicine inside.
2. A small container (as one holding electronic equipment).
3. A dry dehiscent seed vessel or the spore-containing structure of e.g. mosses.
4. A structure that encloses a body part.
Lek (u prahuili tečnosti) sa omotom; lek u obliku kuglice, pilula.