[pur-puh l-hahrt] /ˈpɜr pəlˌhɑrt/
the hard, purplish wood of any of several South American trees belonging to the genus Peltogyne, of the legume family, used for making furniture.
noun, U.S. Armed Forces.
a medal awarded for wounds received in action against an enemy or as a direct result of an act of the enemy.
any of several tropical American leguminous trees of the genus Peltogyne
the decorative purple heartwood of any of these trees
(informal, mainly Brit) a heart-shaped purple tablet consisting mainly of amphetamine
a decoration awarded to members of the US Armed Forces for a wound incurred in action
Any barbiturate, or a mixture of a barbiturate and morphine; goofball, nimby
[1960s+ Narcotics; fr the US decoration awarded for a combat wound]
noun 1. an Old World heron, Ardea purpurea, having maroon, buff, and black plumage.
noun 1. a large American swallow, Progne subis, the male of which is blue-black.
noun 1. . noun 1. a large mite, Panonychus citri, that is an important pest of citrus.
[kash-uh s, kash-ee-uh s, kah-see-uh s] /ˈkæʃ əs, ˈkæʃ i əs, ˈkɑ si əs/ noun 1. a purple pigment precipitated as a sol by the interaction of gold chloride and a solution of stannic acid and stannous chloride: used chiefly in the manufacture of ruby glass, ceramic glazes, and enamels.