a sulfur butterfly, Colias philodice, having yellow wings with black edges and larvae that feed on clover and other legumes.
noun, Chemistry. 1. See under . [tan-in] /ˈtæn ɪn/ noun 1. Chemistry. any of a group of astringent vegetable principles or compounds, chiefly complex glucosides of catechol and pyrogallol, as the reddish compound that gives the tanning properties to oak bark or the whitish compound that occurs in large quantities in nutgalls (common tannin, tannic […]
noun, British. 1. . [green-wingd] /ˈgrinˌwɪŋd/ noun 1. a small freshwater duck, Anas crecca, of Eurasia and North America, having an iridescent green speculum in the wing.
noun 1. See under 1 . [turn] /tɜrn/ noun 1. any of numerous aquatic birds of the subfamily Sterninae of the family Laridae, related to the gulls but usually having a more slender body and bill, smaller feet, a long, deeply forked tail, and a more graceful flight, especially those of the genus Sterna, as […]
noun, Music. 1. a meter or tempo of four beats per measure, with each of four quarter notes receiving a single beat. Symbol: C. noun 1. (music) a time signature indicating four crotchet beats to the bar; four-four time C