an evergreen St.-John’s-wort, Hypericum prolificum, common from New York to Iowa and southward, having yellow flowers in terminal clusters.
a large African antelope, Tragelaphus scriptus, of wooded and bushy regions, having a reddish body streaked or spotted with white. Historical Examples In Africa John T. McCutcheon The White Hand and the Black Bertram Mitford Black Tales for White Children C. H. Stigand The Blind Lion of the Congo Elliott Whitney South-African Folk-Tales James A. […]
noun (NZ) another name for brown creeper
noun (Austral & NZ, informal) a rough-and-ready unskilled workman
any of several plants or shrubs belonging to the genus Lespedeza, of the legume family, having pinnately trifoliate leaves and heads of pink, purple, cream, or white flowers.