- A bulbous plant, Narcissus pseudonarcissus, with yellow flowers and a trumpet shaped corona.
- The national flower of Wales.
- (colour) a brilliant yellow color, like that of a daffodil.
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- (colour) of a brilliant yellow color, like that of a daffodil.
- Any plant of the genus Dahlia, tuberous perennial flowering plants native to Mexico.
- (given name, female),from the English noun daisy
noun (plural: damsons)
- A deciduous tree, Prunus insititia, native to Eurasia and related to the plum.
- The edible fruit of this tree.
- The color of the fruit of this tree, a very deep purple.
- (countable) Any of the several species of plant in the genus Taraxacum, characterised yellow flower heads and notched, broad-ended leaf, leaves, especially the common dandelion (Taraxacum officinale).
- (countable) The flower head or fruiting head of the dandelion plant.
- (context, uncountable, color) A yellow colour, like that of the flower.
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- (colour) of a yellow colour, like that of the flower.
- the edible starchy yellow tubers of the taro plant
- A palm tree, Phoenix dactylifera, whose fruit is the date.
- The plant Atropa belladonna, a perennial shrub of the nightshade family that contains high concentrations of the alkaloid atropine which can be deadly if taken in excess.
adjective ((compar): more delicious, (superl): most delicious)
- Pleasing to taste; tasty.
noun (plural: dewberries)
- Small brambles of the genus Rubus which have stems that trail along the ground.
- The purple to black berries of these plants.
- (botany) A genus of about 300 species of flowering plants in the family Caryophyllaceae, including carnations, pinks, and sweet william.
- A genus of herbaceous shrubs of the Scrophulariaceae family, including the foxglove, Digitalis purpurea.
- A medical extract of Digitalis purpurea prescribed for heart failure etc.
- 2001: The ancient remedy , extracted from the foxglove plant, for example, acts by blocking sodium channels in heart muscle, preventing potentially dangerous overactivity. " Leslie Iversen, Drugs: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford 2001, p. 25)
- A body of water between two piers or wharves.
- (of a ship) Being in the harbour area.
- The action of joining two items together.
- The action of reducing wages.
- A burdock plant, or the leaves of that plant.
- (slang, also doc) A documentary or docudrama.
- Part of a courtroom where accused sits.
- a section of a hotel or restaurant, as in coffee dock
- A male given name.
- (Scots slang, also doc) the buttocks or anus.
- To land at a harbour.
- To join two moving items.
- To reduce wages; to deduct.
- To cut off a section of an animal's tail.
- any of several parasitic vines, of the genus Cuscuta, having small white flowers but no leaves
- (intransitive) to shake or tremble as one moves, especially as of old age or childhood; to totter
noun (wikipedia, Dog Rose)
- the European wild rose having fragrant white or pink flowers and stems with sharp spines
- Any of various small trees of the genus Cornus, especially the wild cornel and the flowering cornel
- The wood of such trees and shrubs.
- A wood or tree similar to this genus, used in different parts of the world.
- A serpentine legendary creature
- (Western) A gigantic beast, typically reptilian with leathery bat-like wings, lion-like claws, scaly skin and a serpent-like tail, often with fiery breath.
- c.1900 " w:Edith Nesbit, Edith Nesbit, s:The Last of the Dragons, The Last of the Dragons
- :But as every well-brought-up prince was expected to kill a , and rescue a princess, the dragons grew fewer and fewer till it was often quite hard for a princess to find a dragon to be rescued from.
- (Eastern) A large snake-like lizard with the eyes of a hare, the horns of a stag, and the claws of a tiger
- 1913 " w:Sax Rohmer, Sax Rohmer, s:The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu, The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu, ch XIII
- :These tapestries were magnificently figured with golden dragons; and as the serpentine bodies gleamed and shimmered in the increasing radiance, each , I thought, intertwined its glittering coils more closely with those of another.
- A large reptile, especially a Komodo dragon.
- The constellation Draco.
- 1605 " w:William Shakespeare, William Shakespeare, s:The Tragedy of King Lear, King Lear, i 2
- :My father compounded with my mother vnder the Dragons taile, and my nativity was vnder Vrsa Maior.
- (pejorative) An unpleasant woman; a harridan.
- She"s a bit of a .
noun (s, -, pl2=duckweed)
- Any of several reduced floating aquatic plants in the family Lemnaceae.
- Any of several trees, genus Durio, of southeast Asia.
- The spiky edible fruit of this tree.
- Common English name for Trifolium repens, an important fodder plant also called white clover.