a common Old World poppy, Papaver rhoeas, having bright-red flowers.
a poppy, Papaver rhoeas, that has bright red flowers and grows in cornfields. Since World War I it has been the symbol of fallen soldiers Also called coquelicot, Flanders poppy, field poppy
- Corn-root aphid
[kawrn-root, -roo t] /ˈkɔrnˌrut, -ˌrʊt/ noun 1. an aphid, Anuraphis maidiradicis, that lives as a symbiont in colonies of cornfield ants and feeds on the roots of corn: an agricultural pest.
noun 1. the larva of any of several leaf beetles of the genus Diabrotica that feeds on roots and underground stems: an agricultural pest, especially of corn.
- Corn rose
noun 1. (Brit, archaic) any of several red-flowered weeds of cornfields, such as the corn poppy
[kawrn-roh] /ˈkɔrnˌroʊ/ noun 1. a type of braid, originating in Africa, in which a narrow strip of hair is plaited tightly against the scalp from front to back or from side to side. 2. Usually, cornrows. a hair style consisting of such braids in close parallel . verb (used with object) 3. to arrange (hair) […]