[kost-mair-ee, kawst-] /ˈkɒstˌmɛər i, ˈkɔst-/
noun, plural costmaries.
a composite plant, Chrysanthemum balsamita, that has silvery, fragrant leaves and is used in salads and as a flavoring.
noun (pl) -maries
a herbaceous plant, Chrysanthemum balsamita, native to Asia. Its fragrant leaves were used as a seasoning and to flavour ale: family Asteraceae (composites) Also called alecost
[min-thee] /ˈmɪn θi/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a nymph who was changed into a mint plant by Persephone to protect her from Hades.
[mint] /mɪnt/ noun 1. a place where coins, paper currency, special medals, etc., are produced under government authority. 2. a place where something is produced or manufactured. 3. a vast amount, especially of money: He made a mint in oil wells. adjective 4. Philately. (of a stamp) being in its original, unused condition. 5. unused […]
- Mint is not trac
text, tool (MINT) A version of TRAC used as the extension language in the Freemacs editor. (ftp://sun.soe.clarkson.edu/pub/freemacs). (1994-10-31)
noun 1. an alcoholic drink traditionally made with bourbon, sugar, and finely cracked ice and garnished with sprigs of mint, served in a tall, frosted glass: also made with other kinds of whiskey, brandy, and sometimes rum. noun 1. (mainly US) a long drink consisting of bourbon whiskey, crushed ice, sugar, and sprigs of mint