a hawkweed, Hieracium venosum, of eastern North America, whose leaves and root are thought to possess medicinal properties.
a carrotlike weed, Daucus pusillus, of southern and western North America.
any of certain other plants, as an umbelliferous plant, Eryngium aquaticum.
[rat-l-trap] /ˈræt lˌtræp/ noun 1. a shaky, object, as a rickety vehicle. /ˈrætəlˌtræp/ noun 1. (informal) a broken-down old vehicle, esp an old car 1766, originally a noun, “knick-knacks, trifles, odds and ends,” from rattle (adj.) + trap, perhaps in the sense in traps (n.2). Hence, “a shabby, rattling object,” especially a rickety coach or […]
[rat-ling] /ˈræt lɪŋ/ adjective 1. that : a rattling door. 2. remarkably good, lively, or fast: a rattling talk; a rattling gallop. adverb 3. very: a rattling good time. [rat-l] /ˈræt l/ verb (used without object), rattled, rattling. 1. to give out or cause a rapid succession of short, sharp sounds, as in consequence of […]
[rat-lee] /ˈræt li/ adjective 1. tending to ; making or having a sound. /ˈrætlɪ/ adjective -tlier, -tliest 1. having a rattle; rattling
[rat-n] /ˈræt n/ noun, Dialect. 1. a rat.