the plant family Oleaceae, characterized by trees and shrubs having opposite, simple or pinnately compound leaves, usually small and sometimes showy flowers, and fruit in the form of a berry, capsule, or winged seed, and including the ash, forsythia, lilac, olive, and privet.
[oh-liv-uh-nahyt, ol-uh-vuh-] /oʊˈlɪv əˌnaɪt, ˈɒl ə və-/ noun 1. a mineral, basic copper arsenate, Cu 4 As 2 O 8 (OH) 2 , occurring in crystals and in masses, usually olive-green in color. /ɒˈlɪvɪˌnaɪt/ noun 1. a green to black rare secondary mineral consisting of hydrated basic copper arsenate in orthorhombic crystalline form. Formula: Cu2(AsO4)(OH)
[ol-iv-green] /ˈɒl ɪvˈgrin/ noun, adjective 1. green with a yellowish or brownish tinge.
noun 1. an oil expressed from the olive fruit, used in cooking, in salad dressings, in medicine, etc. noun 1. a pale yellow oil pressed from ripe olive fruits and used in cooking, medicines, soaps, etc
[ol-uh-ver] /ˈɒl ə vər/ noun 1. one of the 12 paladins of Charlemagne. Compare . 2. Joseph (“King”) 1885?–1938, U.S. cornet player, bandleader, and composer: pioneer in jazz. 3. a male given name. /ˈɒlɪvə/ noun 1. one of Charlemagne’s 12 paladins See also Roland 2. Isaac. ?1556–1617, English portrait miniaturist, born in France: he studied […]