[huhn-ee-suhk-uh l] /ˈhʌn iˌsʌk əl/
any upright or climbing shrub of the genus Diervilla, especially D. lonicera, cultivated for its fragrant white, yellow, or red tubular flowers.
any temperate caprifoliaceous shrub or vine of the genus Lonicera: cultivated for their fragrant white, yellow, or pink tubular flowers
any of several similar plants
any of various Australian trees or shrubs of the genus Banksia, having flowers in dense spikes: family Proteaceae
mid-13c., from Old English hunigsuge, meaning perhaps honeysuckle, clover, or privet, literally “honey-suck,” + diminutive suffix -le. So called because “honey” can be sucked from it. In Middle English sometimes a confused rendering of Latin locusta, taken as the name of a plant.
noun 1. the plant family Caprifoliaceae, typified by shrubs and woody vines having opposite leaves, clusters of usually flaring, narrow, tubular flowers, and various types of fruit, and including the elder, honeysuckle, snowberry, twinflower, and viburnum.
noun 1. . noun 1. (arts) another term for anthemion
[huhn-ee-sweet] /ˈhʌn iˈswit/ adjective 1. sweet as honey. adjective 1. sweet or endearing
/ˈhʌnɪˌtræp/ noun 1. (informal) a scheme in which a victim is lured into a compromising sexual situation to provide an opportunity for blackmail noun See honey trap