[gahr-lik] /ˈgɑr lɪk/
a hardy plant, Allium sativum, of the amaryllis family whose strongly, pungent bulb is used in cookery and medicine.
any of various other plants of the genus Allium.
the bulb of such a plant, consisting of smaller bulbs, or cloves, used in cooking, sometimes in the form of a powder or flakes.
the flavor or smell of this bulb.
cooked, flavored, or seasoned with garlic:
garlic bread; garlic salt.
of or relating to garlic.
containing or resembling the taste or odour of garlic
a hardy widely cultivated Asian alliaceous plant, Allium sativum, having a stem bearing whitish flowers and bulbils
any of various other plants of the genus Allium
1775, from garlic + -y (2).
Old English garleac (Mercian), garlec (W. Saxon) “garlic,” from gar “spear” (in reference to the clove), see gar + leac “leek” (see leek).
(Heb. shum, from its strong odour), mentioned only once (Num. 11:5). The garlic common in Eastern countries is the Allium sativum or Allium Ascalonicum, so called from its having been brought into Europe from Ascalon by the Crusaders. It is now known by the name of “shallot” or “eschalot.”
- Garlic mustard
noun 1. a plant, Alliaria petiolata, of N temperate regions, with small white flowers and an odour of garlic: family Brassicaceae (crucifers) Also called jack-by-the-hedge, hedge garlic Compare garlic
[gahr-muh nt] /ˈgɑr mənt/ noun 1. any article of clothing: dresses, suits, and other garments. 2. an outer covering or outward appearance. verb (used with object) 3. to clothe, dress, or cover. /ˈɡɑːmənt/ noun 1. (often pl) an article of clothing 2. outer covering verb 3. (transitive; usually passive) to cover or clothe n. c.1400, […]
noun 1. a travel bag made of pliable, durable material with a handle and a zipper closure, designed to hang straight or fold double and used to carry suits, dresses, coats, or the like without crushing or wrinkling. 2. a plastic or cloth bag with a zipper closure in which clothes can be hung in […]
noun 1. an area in the borough of Manhattan, in New York City, including portions of Seventh Avenue and Broadway between 34th and 40th Streets and the streets intersecting them, that contains many factories, showrooms, etc., related to the design, manufacture, and wholesale distribution of clothing.