the edible mushroom of the oak-root fungus, Armillariella mellea.
noun 1. . [koh-kee-toh] /koʊˈki toʊ/ noun, plural coquitos. 1. a palm, Jubaea chilensis, of Chile, from whose sap a honey is prepared and whose small, hard, edible nuts yield a useful oil. /kɒˈkiːtəʊ/ noun (pl) -tos 1. a Chilean palm tree, Jubaea spectabilis, yielding edible nuts and a syrup
- Honey plant
noun 1. any of various plants that are particularly useful in providing bees with nectar
[huhn-ee-pot] /ˈhʌn iˌpɒt/ noun 1. a pot, as of glass or silver, for storing and serving honey. /ˈhʌnɪˌpɒt/ noun 1. a container for honey 2. something which attracts people in great numbers: Cornwall is a honeypot for tourists noun The vulva or vagina (1719+)
noun 1. the crop of an ant, bee, or other hymenopterous insect, serving as a reservoir for honeydew and nectar, especially the enlarged crop of a honeybee in which nectar is acted on by enzymes to form honey.