[kou-ich] /ˈkaʊ ɪtʃ/
[kou-ij] /ˈkaʊ ɪdʒ/
a tropical vine, Mucuna pruriens, of the legume family, bearing reddish or blackish pods.
the pod itself, covered with bristlelike hairs that are irritating to the skin and cause intense itching.
the hairs of the cowage mixed with a liquid vehicle and used to expel intestinal worms.
another name for cowage
a tropical climbing leguminous plant, Stizolobium (or Mucuna) pruriens, whose bristly pods cause severe itching and stinging
the pods of this plant or the stinging hairs covering them
/kaʊk/ verb 1. (intransitive) (Northeast Scot, dialect) to retch or feel nauseated
noun 1. the wingless female of any of several velvet ants, especially Dasymutilla occidentalis, of the southern U.S., which inflicts a painful sting.
[koul] /kaʊl/ noun 1. a hooded garment worn by monks. 2. the hood of this garment. 3. part of a garment that is draped to resemble a cowl or hood. 4. the forward part of the body of a motor vehicle supporting the rear of the hood and the windshield and housing the pedals and […]
[kould] /kaʊld/ adjective 1. wearing a . 2. shaped like a ; cucullate. [koul] /kaʊl/ noun 1. a hooded garment worn by monks. 2. the hood of this garment. 3. part of a garment that is draped to resemble a cowl or hood. 4. the forward part of the body of a motor vehicle supporting […]