Complete Definition of "garden"

Image:SF Japanese Garden.JPG|thumb|right|A Japanese garden.
English
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Pronunciation
(RP): IPA|/ËÉ¡ÉËdÉn/, SAMPA|/"gA:[email protected]/
(US): enPR|gärʹdÉn, IPA|/ËÉ¡ÉËrdÉn/, SAMPA|/"gA:[email protected]/
audio|en-us-garden.ogg|Audio (US)
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ÉË(r)dÉn|-ÉË(r)dÉn

Etymology
Old Northern French gardin, a variant of Old French jardin, a diminutive of jart, borrowed from Old Franconian *gard, from Germanic *garda- (Old English geard|Èeard).

Noun
en-noun

  1. A decorative place outside, usually where plants are grown for food (vegetable garden) or ornamental purposes (flower garden).
  2. italbrac|in plural gardens Such an ornamental place to which the public have access.
  3. The grounds at the front or back of a house.
  4. slang pubic hair|Pubic hair or the genitalia it masks.

#* 1995: Lee Tyler, Biblical Sexual Morality and What About Pornography? viewed at http://www.etext.org/Religious.Texts/Polyamory/BiblcaLSexPornMorality on 9 May 2006 - Blow on my garden [speaking of her genitalia], so the spices of it may flow out. Let my Beloved come into His garden [her pubic area] and eat His pleasant fruits. (A commentary on Song of Solomon 4:16, which was written in Hebrew c950 BC; book footnotes shown here bracketed within the text; many scholars disagree with the Biblical interpretation, which is included as evidence of usage in 1995 rather than intended meaning in 950 BC.)
#* c2004: Hair Care Down There, Inc, The History of Hair Removal viewed at http://www.haircaredownthere.com/articles.asp on 9 May 2006 - Primping and pruning the secret garden might seem like a totally 21st century concept, but the fact is women have gotten into below-the-belt grooming since before the Bronze Age.
#* 2006: Guest on Female First Forum at http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/board/viewtopic.php?t4636&start15&sid=1eeba9e1263e75b259d0d72ed4ed9f0c posting on Fashionable to shave the pubic area?? viewed on 9 May 2006 - A woman's [unshaven] dark pubic triangle, glistening with pussy nectar and promising access to a hidden garden of delights.

Synonyms
(decorative place outside):
(gardens with public access): park, public gardens
(grounds at the front or back of a house): yard (US)
(the pubic hair): See pubic hair

Derived terms

back garden
flower garden
front garden
gardening
market garden
public gardens
rose garden
vegetable garden
zoological garden, zoological gardens

Translations
trans-top|decorative piece of land outside with flowers and plants
Albanian: kopsht m
Aramaic:

Catalan: jardí m
Croatian: vrt m
Czech: zahrada f
Danish: have
Dutch: tuin m
Estonian: aed
Finnish: puutarha
French: jardin m
Esperanto: Äardeno
Galician: t+|gl|xardín|m
German: Garten m
Greek: ÏεÏιβÏλι (perivóli) n, ÏεÏβÏλι (pervóli) n, κήÏÎ¿Ï (cípos) (smaller garden) m
trreq|Hebrew
Hungarian: kert
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Italian: giardino m
Japanese: JAchar|庭å (ã¦ããã, teien)
Kurdish: gulistan f, baxçe m, bax m
Norwegian: hage m, have m
Portuguese: jardim m
Romanian: t|ro|grÄdinÄ|f
Russian: Ñад (sad) m; огоÑод (ogoród) m (vegetable garden)
Serbian: vrtnjak, povrtnjak, sad, sadnjak, posadnjak
Slovak: záhrada#Slovak|záhrada f, záhradka f
Slovene: vrt m
Spanish: jardín m
Swedish: trädgård c
Telugu: à°¤à±à° (tOTa)
Turkish: bahçe
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trans-top|gardens with public access
Catalan: jardí m, parc m, jardí públic m
Czech: zahrada f
Danish: have, park, anlæg
Dutch: tuin m, park n
Esperanto: publika Äardeno
Estonian: park
Finnish: puutarha, puisto
French: jardin public m, parc m
German: Garten m
Greek: δημÏÏÎ¹Î¿Ï ÎºÎ®ÏÎ¿Ï (ðimósios cípos) ("public garden"), κήÏÎ¿Ï (cípos) m, άλÏÎ¿Ï (álsos) m, ÏάÏκο (párko) n
Hungarian: park
Italian: giardino pubblico m, parco m
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Japanese: JAchar|åºå ´ (ã²ãã°, hiroba)
Kurdish: (bax) m, (baxçe) m, KUchar|باخÚÙâ, KUchar|باغ, KUchar|باخ
Norwegian: park m
Polish: ogród m
Romanian: parc n, grÄdina publicÄ f
Russian: Ñад (sad) m
Slovak: záhrada#Slovak|záhrada f, záhradka f
Slovene: vrt m
Swedish: park c
Telugu: à°à°¦à±à°¯à°¾à°¨à°µà°¨à° (udyAnavanaM)
Tamil: தà¯à®à¯à®à®®à¯ (thOTTam)
Turkish: [park]
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trans-top|grounds at the front or back of a house
Czech: zahrada f
Danish: have
Dutch: tuin m
Esperanto: gazono
Estonian: aed
Finnish: puutarha
French: jardin m
Greek: κήÏÎ¿Ï (cípos) m, ÏεÏιβÏλι (perivóli) ("larger garden") n
German: Garten m, Vorgarten m (at the front of a house)
Hungarian kert, udvar
Italian: giardino m
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Japanese: JAchar|庭 (ã«ã, niwa)
Kurdish: dermal f, baxçe m, bax m
Norwegian: hage m, tomt m
Polish: ogród m, dziaÅka f
Romanian: grÄdinÄ f
Russian: Ñад (sad) m; огоÑод (ogoród) m (vegetable garden)
Slovak: záhrada#Slovak|záhrada f, záhradka f
Slovene: vrt m
Swedish: tomt c, trädgård c
Telugu: à°ªà±à°°à°¡à± (peradu)
Turkish: ön bahçe, arka bahçe
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trans-top|slang: the pubic hair
Esperanto: pubhararo
German: Gestrüpp n
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Translations to be checked
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ttbc|Afrikaans: tuin
ttbc|Bulgarian: гÑадина f
ttbc|Catalan: jardí m
ttbc|Serbian: вÑÑ
ttbc|Tamazight: âµâµâµâµâµâµ (turtit) f

Intransitive verb
rfc-trverb|Intransitive verb
en-verb

  1. context|mostly|US to grow plants in a garden; to create or maintain a garden.
#: I love to garden — this year I'm going to plant some daffodils.
  1. cricket of a batsman, to inspect and tap the pitch lightly with the bat so as to smooth out small rough patches and irregularity|irregularities

Synonyms
(in cricket): farm

Derived terms
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gardener
gardening<!--noun-->

Translations
trans-top|grow plants
Danish: lave havearbejde
Dutch: tuinieren
Esperanto: Äardeni
Finnish: hoitaa puutarha|puutarhaa
French: jardiner
trans-mid
Greek: κηÏεÏÏ (cipévo), καλλιεÏÎ³Ï ÎºÎ®Ïο (kalierɣó cípo), ÏεÏιÏοιοÏμαι κήÏο (peripiúme cípo) (cultivate or farm a garden)
Russian: ÑадовниÑаÑÑ (sadóvniÄatâ) (colloq.); огоÑодниÑаÑÑ (ogoródniÄatâ) (in vegetable garden; colloq.)
Slovene: vrtnariti
Swedish: arbeta i trädgården, ägna sig åt trädgårdsskötsel
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trans-top|in cricket
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Adjective
en-adj|-

  1. Of, relating to, in, from or for use in a garden.

#: garden salad (= a salad from a garden)
#: garden shed (= a shed in a garden)

Translations
trans-top|of, relating to, in, from or for use in a garden
Bulgarian: гÑадинÑки m and p
Danish: have-
Dutch: tuin-
Esperanto: Äardena
French: de jardin m|f
German: Garten-
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Italian: di giardino m|f
Kurdish: gulistan f, baxçe m, bax m
Romanian: de grÄdina
Russian: ÑадовÑй (sadóvyj) m; огоÑоднÑй (ogoródnyj) f (of vegetable garden)
Slovene: vrten m, vrtna f, vrtno n
Swedish: trädgårds-
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