[huhn-ee-doo, -dyoo] /ˈhʌn iˌdu, -ˌdyu/
the sweet material that exudes from the leaves of certain plants in hot weather.
a sugary material secreted by aphids, leafhoppers, scale insects, psyllids, and other homopterous insects.
a sugary substance excreted by aphids and similar insects
a similar substance exuded by certain plants
short for honeydew melon
“sticky sweet substance found on trees and plants,” 1570s, from honey (n.) + dew (n.); honeydew melon first recorded 1916, a cross between cantaloupe and a South African melon.
[huhn-ee-kree-per] /ˈhʌn iˌkri pər/ noun 1. any of several small, usually brightly colored birds, related to the tanagers and wood warblers, of tropical and semitropical America. 2. .
noun 1. a part of the inner lining of the stomach of the steer, calf, hog, or sheep, resembling a honeycomb in appearance and considered a table delicacy.
noun, Architecture. 1. .
- Honeycomb moth
noun 1. another name for the wax moth