the plant family Umbelliferae (or Apiaceae), characterized by herbaceous plants having alternate, usually compound leaves, hollow stems, numerous small flowers borne in umbels, and dry, seedlike, often aromatic fruit, and including anise, caraway, carrot, celery, dill, parsley, parsnip, and Queen Anne’s lace, as well as poisonous plants such as cowbane and water hemlock.
- Parsley fern
noun 1. a small bright green tufted European fern, Cryptogramma crispa, that grows on acid scree and rock in uplands 2. any of several other plants with crisped foliage, resembling that of parsley
- Parsley piert
/pɪət/ noun 1. a small N temperate rosaceous plant, Aphanes arvensis, having fan-shaped leaves and small greenish flowers
[pahr-snip] /ˈpɑr snɪp/ noun 1. a plant, Pastinaca sativa, cultivated varieties of which have a large, whitish, edible root. 2. the root of this plant. /ˈpɑːsnɪp/ noun 1. a strong-scented umbelliferous plant, Pastinaca sativa, cultivated for its long whitish root 2. the root of this plant, eaten as a vegetable 3. any of several similar […]
[pahr-suh n] /ˈpɑr sən/ noun 1. a member of the clergy, especially a Protestant minister; pastor; rector. 2. the holder or incumbent of a parochial benefice, especially an Anglican. /ˈpɑːsən/ noun 1. a parish priest in the Church of England, formerly applied only to those who held ecclesiastical benefices 2. any clergyman 3. (NZ) a […]