listen to the pronunciation of herb
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} ot
{i} bitki

Biraz bitkisel çay ister misin? - Would you like some herbal tea?

Bu bitkisel merhem ağrıyı hafifletir ve iyileşmesini destekler. - This herbal ointment relieves pain and promotes healing.

(Tıp) Tat verici veya ilaç olarak kullanılan herhagni bir bitki veya ot, şifalı bitki
{i} yemeklere tat vermek için kullanılan bitki
{i} şifalı bitki
(Gıda) yabani ot
(nane/vb.) ot
(Tıp) herb
herb bennet
herb garden
herb tea
herb christopher
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) akta
herb christopher
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) kristof otu
herb robert
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) turnagagası
herb roberts
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) turnagagası
healing herb
şifalı ot
(Gıda) şifalı otlar

Antik Germen kabileleri hastalıkları tedavi etme girişimlerinde şifalı otlar kullanırdı. - Ancient Germanic tribes used medicinal herbs in their attempts to cure diseases.

Botanik bahçesinde, birçok aromatik ve şifalı otlar vardır. - In the botanical garden, there are many aromatic and medicinal herbs.


Antik Germen kabileleri hastalıkları tedavi etme girişimlerinde şifalı otlar kullanırdı. - Ancient Germanic tribes used medicinal herbs in their attempts to cure diseases.

Fesleğen, adaçayı, biberiye, kekik ve keklik otu popüler otlardır. - Basil, sage, rosemary, thyme and oregano are popular herbs.

willow herb
bitkiye ait
Englisch - Englisch
A short form of the male given name Herbert
Plant whose roots, leaves or seeds, etc are used in medicine
A plant whose stem is not woody and does not persist beyond each growing season
Any green, leafy plant, or parts thereof, used to flavour or season food
Herbs, as the gardener uses the term, are valuable for their strong flavor and/or fragrance; they make our foods more interesting (imagine marinara sauce without basil or oregano); they make wonderful teas and can have medicinal qualities Most herbs require little in the way of special care, but do need plenty of sunshine and well-drained soil Harvest cuttings from herbs in late morning when the dew has just dried Use them fresh, or dry them for storage in a dark, well aerated room
Generally any plant which does not produce wood, and is therefore not as large as a tree or shrub, is considered to be an herb
A nonwoody angiosperm whose above ground vegetation dies off seasonally
A plant whose above-ground stem does not survive the winter A non-woody plant
A plant that has no woody tissue and that dies down to the ground at the end of a growing season
A plant without persistent woody stem, at least above ground (Munz, 1965) 1 A plant with a fleshy stem as distinguished from the woody tissue of shrubs and trees and that generally dies back at the end of each growing season (Webster)
n (L herba, green crop) any seed plant whose stem withers away to the ground after each season's growth; a seed plant with a green, non-woody stem
a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
{i} soft-stemmed plant which dies down at the end of a growing season; any of a number of plants which are used for medicinal purposes or as a seasoning for food
A nonwoody individual of a macrophytic species In this manual, seedlings of woody plants (including vines) that are less than 3 2 ft in height are considered to be herbs
aromatic potherb used in cookery for its savory qualities
A herb is a plant whose leaves are used in cooking to add flavour to food, or as a medicine. a small plant that is used to improve the taste of food, or to make medicine (erbe, from herba )
{n} a plant with a succulent stalk in distinction from a shrub and tree, that part of a plant which is above the root
Herbadastan, ed Kreyenbroeck & Kotwal
A small, non-woody, seed-bearing plant with little or no secondary vascular tissue Herbs usually die back at the end of the growing season
an herb is a seed plant that does not produce a woody stem like a tree But an herb will live long enough to develop flowers and seeds
Any non-woody VASCULAR PLANT
Plant with a strong flavour used in cooking
Natural remedies derived from whole plants as well as from plant roots, leaves, seeds, stems and other parts Herbs are still the basis for Chinese medicine and are important constituents of many European natural remedies
aromatic potherb used in cookery for its savory qualities a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
Any flowering plant except those developing persistent woody stems above ground
A plant that contains no woody tissue
a plant used for seasoning, medicinal, aromatic or general household uses Includes both perennials and annuals
Jamaican term for marijuana with Biblical connotations; Rastafarian sacrament
a plant with no woody parts above the ground
A plant whose stem does not become woody and permanent, but dies, at least down to the ground, after flowering
half of the eight examples are linked to preparations for a special occasion or distinctive figure, as when attendants enter "with herbs and perfumes" (Quarto Every Man Out, 1394, also Folio 2 4 23), "strewing herbs" (Ram Alley, H4r), or simply "with herbs" (Q1 Romeo and Juliet, I1r, 4 4 0); elsewhere herbs are used by the title figure of Faithful Shepherdess who enters "sorting of herbs, and telling the natures of them" (388), a starving Jack Cade who "lies down picking of herbs and eating them" (Quarto 2 Henry VI, G4r, 4 10 15), a disguised devil who cures Honorea's muteness when "he strains the juice of the Herb into" a cup of wine (Grim the Collier, G7v); a confrontation in Valiant Welshman provides a magical herb: "Enter the Serpent Caradoc shows the herb The Serpent flies into the Temple" (G1r); see also rosemary
Parts Used Chemical & Nutrirional Content Actions & Uses Comments
A plant or plant part valued for its medicinal, savory, or aromatic qualities For example, chamomile is very soothing to the skin, peppermint has a scent that is extremely refreshing, and geranium oil kills bacteria Also see Herb List
Grass; herbage
Non-woody vascular plants
A plant that dies back to the ground in autumn and is not woody
herb bennet
The common avens (Geum urbanum)
herb bennet
herb tea
A beverage (a tisane) made by steeping herbs (sometimes also includes other plants, such as spices), other than tea leaves, in hot water. Technically not a tea because it does not contain tea leaves

Soaking camomile leaves in hot water for five minutes produces a very relaxing herb tea.

herb teas
plural form of herb tea
herb Paris
A European plant (Paris quadrifolia) having a whorl of four leaves and a solitary yellow or greenish flower
herb Robert
A low-growing Eurasian plant (Geranium robertianum) having divided leaves and small reddish-purple flowers
herb bennet
hairy Eurasian plant with small yellow flowers and an astringent root formerly used medicinally
herb bennet
A hairy Eurasian plant (Geum urbanum) having small yellow flowers and an astringent root formerly used medicinally
herb doctor
One who practices healing with herbs. Also called herbalist
herb garden
a garden for growing herbs
herb mercury
Eurafrican annual naturalized in America as a weed; formerly dried for use as a purgative, diuretic or antisyphilitic
herb paris
European herb with yellow-green flowers resembling and closely related to the trilliums; reputed to be poisonous
herb robert
a sticky low herb with small reddish-purple flowers; widespread in the northern hemisphere
herb tea
herbal tea, tea made from the leaves of herbs and other plants
herb tea
tea-like drink made of leaves of various herbs
an herb
{n} rue
{a} having or like herbs
An herb
bitter herb
herb with a sour or acrid flavor; horseradish
succulent, non-woody plants that die down at the end of the growing season
Roughly defined as the leaves of plants and shrubs without a woody stem although spices sometimes cross into this distinction
plants or plant parts valued for medicinal, savoury, cosmetic, flavouring, or aromatic qualities [CUB]
The leaves of certain plants, used in flavoring
consist of fresh leaves and stems or crumbled or powdered dried leaves Spices consist of many other parts of the plants-seeds, stems, roots, and berries, which have been dried-and can be whole, ground or powdered
including crude plant material such as leaves, flowers, fruit, seed, stems, wood, bark, roots, rhizomes or other plant parts, which may be entire, fragmented or powdered
Any of various often aromatic plants used especially in medicine or as seasoning
plural of herb
Plants such as spearmint and comfry grown for many uses including medicine
er-bz; Plants which have been ground up for medicinal or magical purposes These are also sometimes burned in a thurible as incense
any vegetable matter that can be dried & ingested
are plant or plant parts valued for medicinal, savory, or aromatic qualities They contain a variety of substances that act upon the body Herbs have been applied to virtually every disease and condition of humankind
A supplement derived from a seed-producing plant that does not develop persistent woody tissue but dies down at the end of a growing season
Having the nature of, pertaining to, or covered with, herbs or herbage
An aromatic sensation created by a highly volatile set of aldehydes and esters found in coffee's aroma Produces either an sensation reminiscent of an onion or green vegetable
Reminiscent of herbs, such as mint, sage, thyme, or of eucalyptus
{s} with herbal; having herbal smell; of or pertaining to aromatic herbs; full of herbs, full of grass
spice and herb
Dried parts of various plants cultivated for their aromatic, savory, medicinal, or otherwise desirable properties. Spices are the fragrant or pungent products of such tropical or subtropical species as cardamom, cinnamon, clove, ginger, and pepper; spice seeds include anise, caraway, cumin, fennel, poppy, and sesame. Herbs are the fragrant leaves of such plants as basil, marjoram, mint, rosemary, and thyme. The most notable uses of spices and herbs in very early times were in medicine, in the making of holy oils and unguents, and as aphrodisiacs; they were also used to flavour food and beverages and to inhibit or hide food spoilage. Trade in spices has played a major role in human history. Important early trade routes, including those between Asia and the Middle East and between Europe and Asia, were initially forged to obtain exotic spices and herbs. The 15th-century voyages of discovery were launched largely as a result of the spice trade, and in the 17th century Portugal and the British, Dutch, and French East India companies battled furiously for dominance (see British East India Co.; Dutch East India Co.; French East India Co.)
willow herb
Any of about 200 plants that make up the genus Epilobium, of the evening primrose family, especially fireweed (E. angustifolium; also called great willow herb). The young parts of some species can be cooked and eaten as potherbs. The plants are sometimes cultivated but must be carefully confined. The hairy willow herb, or codling-and-cream (E. hirsutum), is similar to fireweed but has hairy leaves and stalks and notched flower petals; in eastern North America it quickly establishes itself on cleared land. Rock fringe (E. obcordatum) is a low-growing form from the western U.S
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tıp) herb



    Türkische aussprache



    grass, weed


    /ˈhərb/ /ˈhɜrb/


    [ &rb, US also & Brit ] (noun.) 14th century. Ultimately from Latin herba.

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