See under (def 3).
[fen-l] /ˈfɛn l/
a plant, Foeniculum vulgare, of the parsley family, having feathery leaves and umbels of small, yellow flowers.
Also, fennel seed. the aromatic fruits of this plant, used in cookery and medicine.
any of various more or less similar plants, as Ferula communis (giant fennel) a tall, ornamental plant.
a strong-smelling yellow-flowered umbelliferous plant, Foeniculum vulgare, whose seeds and feathery leaves are used to season and flavour food See also finocchio
another name for mayweed
Old English fenol, finul, perhaps via (or influenced by) Old French fenoil or directly from Vulgar Latin fenuculum, from Latin feniculum, diminutive of fenum, faenum “hay,” probably literally “produce” (see fecund). Apparently so called from its hay-like appearance and sweet odor.
noun 1. a large, deep-water Japanese spider crab, Macrocheira kaempferi, sometimes measuring 11 feet (3.4 meters) across from claw to claw.
noun 1. . noun 1. either of two large white or brownish petrels of the genus Macronectes, of the Antarctic Ocean and adjacent seas.
noun 1. an Asian plant, Allium giganteum, of the amaryllis family, having a large, dense, round cluster of lilac-colored flowers, grown as an ornamental. 2. .
noun 1. See under (def 1). [gran-uh-dil-uh] /ˌgræn əˈdɪl ə/ noun 1. the edible fruit of any of several species of passionflower, especially Passiflora edulis (purple granadilla) or P. quadrangularis (giant granadilla) 2. any of the plants yielding these fruits. /ˌɡrænəˈdɪlə/ noun 1. any of various passionflowers, such as Passiflora quadrangularis (giant granadilla), that have […]