Also called spice-wood. a yellow-flowered, North American shrub, Lindera benzoin, of the laurel family, whose bark and leaves have a spicy odor.
a North American shrub, Calycanthus occidentalis, having oblong leaves and fragrant, light-brown flowers.
a North American lauraceous shrub, Lindera benzoin, having yellow flowers and aromatic leaves and bark
noun 1. a swallowtail butterfly, Papilio troilus, having a dark body with yellow spots on the forewings and greenish hind wings.
- Spice lisp
language A flavour of Lisp, the sources of which (in Lisp) are available from CMU. (1998-03-14)
noun, plural spiceries for 3. 1. spice. 2. spicy flavor or fragrance. 3. Archaic. a storeroom or place for spices. noun (pl) -eries 1. spices collectively 2. the piquant or fragrant quality associated with spices 3. (obsolete) a place to store spices Heb. nechoth, identified with the Arabic naka’at, the gum tragacanth, obtained from the […]
noun 1. any of a class of pungent or aromatic substances of vegetable origin, as pepper, cinnamon, or cloves, used as seasoning, preservatives, etc. 2. such substances collectively or as material: Cookies without spice can be tasteless. 3. a spicy or aromatic odor or fragrance. 4. something that gives zest: a spice of humor in […]