meadow dermatitis mead·ow dermatitis (měd’ō)
A phototoxic dermatitis in which a streaky eruption develops where the skin comes in contact with a plant and then is exposed to sunlight. Also called phytophlyctodermatitis, phytophotodermatitis.
noun 1. a European fescue, Festuca pratensis, of the grass family, grown for pasture in North America. noun 1. an erect Eurasian perennial grass, Festuca pratensis, with lustrous leaves and stem bases surrounded by dark brown sheaths
noun 1. any grass of the genus Poa, especially P. pratensis, the Kentucky bluegrass. noun 1. a perennial grass, Poa pratensis, that has erect hairless leaves and grows in meadows and similar places in N temperate regions
[med-oh-land] /ˈmɛd oʊˌlænd/ noun 1. an area or section of that is a or is used or kept as a .
[med-oh-lahrk] /ˈmɛd oʊˌlɑrk/ noun 1. any of several American songbirds of the genus Sturnella, of the family Icteridae, especially S. magna (eastern meadowlark) and S. neglecta (western meadowlark) having a brownish and black back and wings and a yellow breast, noted for their clear, tuneful song. /ˈmɛdəʊˌlɑːk/ noun 1. either of two North American yellow-breasted […]