a designation of the Virgin Mary.
(lowercase) an ancient Semitic goddess, variously identified with other ancient goddesses, as Isis and Ashtoreth.
an epithet of Ishtar.
(Jer. 7:18; 44:17, 25), the moon, worshipped by the Assyrians as the receptive power in nature.
- Queen of puddings
noun 1. a pudding made of moist but firm breadcrumb and custard mixture topped with jam and meringue
noun 1. a tall plant, Filipendula rubra, of the rose family, having branching clusters of pink flowers, growing in meadows and prairies.
noun 1. any large, meaty olive suitable for pickling or processing. 2. such an olive grown especially in the area of Seville, Spain. noun 1. a variety of olive having large fleshy fruit suitable for pickling, esp one from around Seville in Spain
noun 1. a feather palm, Arecastrum romanzoffianum, of South America, having leaves from 7 to 12 feet (2 to 3½ meters) in length, and large, hanging clusters of small fruit.