Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Poir., Encycl. suppl. 2:825. 1812 ((≡) Artemisia maderaspatana L. (basionym)); 
 
¿ GRAN-gee-uh ? — probably named after some personality called Grange … glad to get helped here.
¿ mah-deh-ras-PATH-en-ah ? — of or from Madras (Madraspatnam)

commonly known as: Madras absinth, Madras carpet, Madras wormwood • Bengali: নামুতি namuti • Gujarati: ઝીંકી મુંડી zinki mundi • Hindi: मुखतरी mukhtari, मुस्तरू mustaru • Kannada: ದೊಡ್ಡ ಗಾದಾರಿ dodda gaadaari • Konkani: modagoru • Manipuri: লৈবুংগৌ leibungou • Marathi: माचीपत्री machipatri, माशीपत्री mashipatri • Nepali: मक्षी पर्ण makshi parna • Tamil: மாசிபத்திரி maci-pattiri • Telugu: మాచిపత్రి machi-patri

Native of: tropical Africa, China, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Indochina, Malaysia  

 

  

 

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… Gujarati name for Grangea maderaspatana: The name for Grangea maderaspatana (L.) POIR is given as zinki
mundi
in Biological Diversity of Gujarat http://www.gec.gov.in/Gecweb/PUBLICATIONS/pdfs/BiologicalDiversityCon…
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    Is ઝિંકી મુંડી properly spelt ?

Useful Plants of India lists Jhinkimundi (similar to given above) and nahanigorakhamundi as Gujarati names for this plant.
Others include
Hindi: Mussaru, mukhatari
Beng: Namuti
Mar: Mashipatri
Tel: Save, mustaru
Tam: Masipathri
Kan: Davana
Mal: Nilampala
Bihar: Bhediachim, bichi ba

Will need to check on the Hindi name Mussaru and Malayalam name Nilampala.
… they are slightly varying at ENVIS –
FRLHT<http://envis.frlht.org/plant_details.php?disp_id=2595>
At JKHealthworld <http://www.jkhealthworld.com/detail.php?id=4866> the names in different languages are put in Devanagari. 


Hindi is Mustaru, sorry for mistake in copying
Malayalam is same Nilampala in this book


Gujarati-knowing friends, my query is yet pending for knowing whether ઝિંકી મુંડી is correctly spelt.


Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Poir.
[image: Grangea maderaspatana]<http://www.flickr.com/photos/dinesh_valke/5663682158/>

commonly known as: Madras absinth, Madras carpet, Madras wormwood • Bengali: namuti • Gujarati: ઝીંકી મુંડી zinki mundi • Hindi: मुखतरी mukhtari, मुस्तरू mustaru • Kannada: ದೊಡ್ಡ ಗಾದಾರಿ dodda gaadaari • Konkani: modagoru • Manipuri: লৈবুংগৌ leibungou • Marathi: माशीपत्री mashipatri • Nepali: मक्षी पर्ण makshi parna • Tamil: மாசிபத்திரி maci-pattiri • Telugu: మాచిపత్రి machi-patri
botanical names: Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Poir. … synonym: Artemisia maderaspatana L. (basionym)

 

 

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Grangea maderaspatana from Hooghly:

Found the ID of this herb in my “Plant Groups” book that gives no Bengali name for it.
Species : Grangea maderaspatana Poir.
Habit & Habitat : wild herb, 6 inches, uncultivated field
Date : 22-03-12, 9.35 a.m.
Place : Gobra (Hooghly), WB

namuti at ENVIS – FRLHT


But… don’t know what this word ‘NAMUTI’ means in Bengali :


(Chances of a typo cannot be overruled – and it can make a lot of difference).
Hoping dear … would validate it.


I have no idea what the word Namuti means in Bengali but searching paper
it seems at least the possibility of a typo can be overruled .


I think many Bengali plant names owe their origin in Sanskrit or in other vernacular languages. Even we cannot overrule the influences of Portugese, Spanish, French etc, who once colonised Bengal. I have heard that names of many places in West Bengal have such origin, albeit with some BANGALI twist!


I think you are quite correct, most of the common Bengali plant names has lot to do with Sanskrit origin. You will meet me at this time of the day quite often because

Last night while going to bed it occurred to me that we have lost many regional Bengali words that once were of common use. Any many words have got their meanings quite changed. AAJKAAL, a Bengali Daily, often features these Bengali words.
One of my ex-colleagues said, “…If you want to learn meanings of Bengali words do consult lexicon of older days, like one by Rajsekhar Basu, or better a lexicon named KARIKA…”, if i remember him correctly.


I can surely provide you with the Bengali script of “Namuti” [Beng = নামুতি]


I have made a mistake in my last mail regarding the meaning of Bengali names of plant species. I wrote that to find meanings of Bengali names we might take help from lexicon of older days. I mentioned about two dictionaries, one by Rajsekhar Basu and the another one, called KARIKA.
KARIKA is not a lexicon, rather it is a book that contain info on family tree (genealogy). It is NIRUKTA what i wanted to mention for the source of Bengali meanings.


 
… etymology of Grangea genus:
Would like to know the derivation of the genus name Grangea.
… my query is in context of Grangea madersapatana (L.) POIR.

Would it be named after someone called Grange (known to Addison) … as put in The Encyclopaedic dictionary; an original work of reference to the words in the English language, giving a full account of their origin, meaning, pronunciation, and use … http://www.archive.org/stream/cu31924091757025/cu31924091757025_djvu.txt
Forgive my naivety, but do not know Grange nor Addison
OR would the name be based on the word grange, meaning an outlying farm.


… the context is Grangea maderaspatena (typo in my post)



 

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Cilacap Asteraceae: A herb, from low land ricefields in Cilacap. ID is requested.


This is Grangea maderaspatana from Asteraceae….



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Flora of Madhya Pradesh: Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Desf from Maihar Satna MP:

Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Desf from Maihar Satna MP
Growing in a almost dry pond area there. Small spreading herb

pls validate


Thanks … Another introduction for me


Sir I also saw this plant there first time. Common wildly growing herb


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Grangea maderaspatana from U.P. -2011: This one is Grangea maderaspatana (Linn.) Poir. photgraphed from bank of river Ganga at Shukartaal , Distt. Muzaffarnagar (U.P.) in June 2011.
This was reminded to me by upload of … from Maihar.


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Hooghly Today : Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Poir.: (6 images)

A wild herb on the bank of the Hooghly River at Chandannagar.
Sorry for bad quality photographs, due to low light.


Yes it is Grangea maderaspatana

 

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Hooghly Today : Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Poir. : Attachments (2). 1 post by 1 author.

Bengali name NAMUTI (নামতি).


 

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This one was shot from banks of the Ganges river, in Shukartaal town of U.P.Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Poir.


Another invasive alien species spread throughout India


 

 

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Grangea maderaspatana
Pune




Plant for ID 18/03/2013 SMP1 : 2 images. 4 posts by 3 authors.

A prostrate herb. Observed in marshy place. Vetal Tekdi. Pune March 2013
Leaves lobed. Flowers in small heads. yellow around 8 mm.
Is this Grangea maderaspatana
Family : Asteraceae


Yes …, I hope your id is right..Grangea maderaspatana..


To me it looks G.maderaspatana (L) Poir. (Asteraceae) too! It blooms profusely, probably here it has just started flowering. However, the achene (cypsela) visible in the first pic are not of this species.


Thanks … for your keen observation. Yes it was patch of land with mixture of different species many of them were blumea…. somehow I have not dared to search the ID of them though I have some collection of photographs.


 

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Asteraceae Week (Part II – Discoid heads) :: Grangea maderaspatana at Vasai fort :: 26 FEB 11 :: DV19 : 2 images. 2 posts by 2 authors.

Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Poir.
¿ GRAN-gee-uh ? — probably named after some personality called Grange … glad to get helped here.
¿ mah-deh-ras-PATH-en-ah ? — of or from Madras (Madraspatnam)
commonly known as: Madras absinth, Madras carpet, Madras wormwood • Bengali: নামুতি namuti • Gujarati: ઝીંકી મુંડી zinki mundi • Hindi: मुखतरी mukhtari, मुस्तरू mustaru • Kannada: ದೊಡ್ಡ ಗಾದಾರಿ dodda gaadaari • Konkani: modagoru • Manipuri: লৈবুংগৌ leibungou • Marathi: माचीपत्री machipatri, माशीपत्री mashipatri • Nepali: मक्षी पर्ण makshi parna • Tamil: மாசிபத்திரி maci-pattiri • Telugu: మాచిపత్రి machi-patri
Native of: tropical Africa, China, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Indochina, Malaysia
References: Flowers of IndiaFRLHTGRINDDSAFurther Flowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar 
at Bassein fort on 26 FEB 11

Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Poir. (=Artemisia maderaspatana L.) is an invasive alien species in India.
It is quite common in Pantnagar.
Grangea maderaspatana from Nagpur. Family: Asteraceae.


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Grangea maderaspatana (Linnaeus) Poiret from Assam :  2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5).

Attached images are Grangea maderaspatana (Linnaeus) Poiret collected from Assam.  
Date :22.05.2014
Location: Assam
Family : Asteraceae
Genus & species : Grangea maderaspatana (Linnaeus) Poiret 
Habitat: Grows wild on ditches.
Habit :Herb    

Yes …


In Bangladesh it is found all over the country 


 

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Seen this plant near a freshwater lake at Kumbhargaon near Pune, MH in Jan 2019. Requested to kindly provide ID.


Any Senecio sp.? 

Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Poir.


 

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Himayatt Sagar Lake in Hyderabad, AP on 20/7/08; Bandh buchara dam side, Jaipur– 8.4.2009; On 5/7/09 around Pocharam Lake, Distt. Medak, AP; FW: Yellow flowers – indiantreepix | Google Groups For Id 230708JM – indiantreepix | Google Groups ID(ID-DKB129) – indiantreepix | Google Groups Grangea maderaspatana (Madras Carpet) – indiantreepix | Google Groups 

 

Blumea 3 for ID Lobed leaves : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Any suggestion for ID of this AsteraceaeBlumea? with lobed leaves?


Grangea maderaspatana (L.) Poir.

Oh I don’t know how I missed it?
I know about this species. Indeed it is


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