[ur-bij, hur-] /ˈɜr bɪdʒ, ˈhɜr-/
the succulent parts, leaves and stems, of herbaceous plants.
Law. the right to pasture one’s cattle on another’s land.
British. vegetation grazed by animals; pasturage.
herbaceous plants collectively, esp the edible parts on which cattle, sheep, etc, graze
the vegetation of pasture land; pasturage
late 14c., “non-woody plants collectively,” from Old French erbage or directly from Medieval Latin herbagium; see herb + -age.
[ur-buh l, hur-] /ˈɜr bəl, ˈhɜr-/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or consisting of . noun 2. a book about or plants, usually describing their medicinal values. 3. a herbarium. /ˈhɜːbəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to herbs, usually culinary or medicinal herbs 2. (Austral, informal) interested or participating in activities relating to esoteric philosophies, […]
[hur-buh-list, ur-] /ˈhɜr bə lɪst, ˈɜr-/ noun 1. a person who collects or deals in herbs, especially medicinal herbs. 2. . 3. an author of an . 4. (formerly) a botanist. /ˈhɜːbəlɪst/ noun 1. a person who grows, collects, sells, or specializes in the use of herbs, esp medicinal herbs 2. (formerly) a descriptive botanist […]
/ˈhɜːbəlɪzəm/ noun 1. the study or use of the medicinal properties of plants
noun 1. a tea made of dried herbs and spices and usually containing no caffeine.