[green-bot-l] /ˈgrinˌbɒt l/
any of several metallic-green blowflies, as Phaenicia sericata.
a common dipterous fly, Lucilia caesar, that has a dark greenish body with a metallic lustre and lays its eggs in carrion: family Calliphoridae
[green-bot-l] /ˈgrinˌbɒt l/ noun 1. any of several metallic-green blowflies, as Phaenicia sericata.
[green-brahy-er] /ˈgrinˌbraɪ ər/ noun 1. . /ˈɡriːnˌbraɪə/ noun 1. any of several prickly climbing plants of the liliaceous genus Smilax, esp S. rotundifolia of the eastern US, which has small green flowers and blackish berries Also called cat brier
[green-buhg] /ˈgrinˌbʌg/ noun 1. a pale-green aphid, Schizaphis graminum, of North America, destructive of wheat, other small grains, and alfalfa.
- Green bytes
jargon (Or “green words”) Meta-information embedded in a file, such as the length of the file or its name; as opposed to keeping such information in a separate description file or record. By extension, the non-data bits in any self-describing format. “A GIF file contains, among other things, green bytes describing the packing method for […]