外部链接:    leo英德   dict有道 百度搜索百度 google谷歌 google图片 wiki维基 百度百科百科   

您是否查询:
    1. asphodel
    2. biographical
    3. boastful
    4. bogosities
    5. Bastille
    6. bookstore
    7. bicuspid
    8. boxful
    9. bookstall
    10. boxwood
    11. backside
    12. bogosity
    13. backpedal
    14. bogotified
    15. backslide
    16. bagatelle
    17. basketful
    18. borstal
    19. coastal
    20. Bristol
    21. boastfully
    22. backsides
    23. beastlier
    24. boxwood's
    25. backslider
    26. bookseller
    27. backside's



    bog asphodel
    [ noun ]
    either of two herbaceous rushlike bog plants having small yellow flowers and grasslike leaves; north temperate regions
    <noun.plant>


    Marsh \Marsh\, n. [OE. mersch, AS. mersc, fr. mere lake. See
    {Mere} pool, and cf. {Marish}, {Morass}.]
    A tract of soft wet land, commonly covered partially or
    wholly with water; a fen; a swamp; a morass. [Written also
    {marish}.]

    {Marsh asphodel} (Bot.), a plant ({Nartheeium ossifragum})
    with linear equitant leaves, and a raceme of small white
    flowers; -- called also {bog asphodel}.

    {Marsh cinquefoil} (Bot.), a plant ({Potentilla palustris})
    having purple flowers, and found growing in marshy places;
    marsh five-finger.

    {Marsh elder}. (Bot.)
    (a) The guelder-rose or cranberry tree ({Viburnum Opulus}).
    (b) In the United States, a composite shrub growing in salt
    marshes ({Iva frutescens}).

    {Marsh five-finger}. (Bot.) See {Marsh cinquefoil} (above).


    {Marsh gas}. (Chem.) See under {Gas}.

    {Marsh grass} (Bot.), a genus ({Spartina}) of coarse grasses
    growing in marshes; -- called also {cord grass}. The tall
    {Spartina cynosuroides} is not good for hay unless cut
    very young. The low {Spartina juncea} is a common
    component of salt hay.

    {Marsh harrier} (Zo["o]l.), a European hawk or harrier
    ({Circus [ae]ruginosus}); -- called also {marsh hawk},
    {moor hawk}, {moor buzzard}, {puttock}.

    {Marsh hawk}. (Zo["o]l.)
    (a) A hawk or harrier ({Circus cyaneus}), native of both
    America and Europe. The adults are bluish slate above,
    with a white rump. Called also {hen harrier}, and {mouse
    hawk}.
    (b) The marsh harrier.

    {Marsh hen} (Zo["o]l.), a rail; esp., {Rallus elegans} of
    fresh-water marshes, and {Rallus longirostris} of
    salt-water marshes.

    {Marsh mallow} (Bot.), a plant of the genus {Alth[ae]a} (
    {Alth[ae]a officinalis}) common in marshes near the
    seashore, and whose root is much used in medicine as a
    demulcent.

    {Marsh marigold}. (Bot.) See in the Vocabulary.

    {Marsh pennywort} (Bot.), any plant of the umbelliferous
    genus {Hydrocotyle}; low herbs with roundish leaves,
    growing in wet places; -- called also {water pennywort}.


    {Marsh quail} (Zo["o]l.), the meadow lark.

    {Marsh rosemary} (Bot.), a plant of the genus {Statice}
    ({Statice Limonium}), common in salt marshes. Its root is
    powerfully astringent, and is sometimes used in medicine.
    Called also {sea lavender}.

    {Marsh samphire} (Bot.), a plant ({Salicornia herbacea})
    found along seacoasts. See {Glasswort}.

    {Marsh St. John's-wort} (Bot.), an American herb ({Elodes
    Virginica}) with small opposite leaves and flesh-colored
    flowers.

    {Marsh tea}. (Bot.). Same as {Labrador tea}.

    {Marsh trefoil}. (Bot.) Same as {Buckbean}.

    {Marsh wren} (Zo["o]l.), any species of small American wrens
    of the genus {Cistothorus}, and allied genera. They
    chiefly inhabit salt marshes.

加入收藏 本地收藏 百度搜藏 QQ书签 美味书签 Google书签 Mister Wong
您正在访问的是
中国词汇量第二的英语词典
更多精彩,登录后发现......
验证码看不清,请点击刷新
  注册