herbage

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Englisch - Türkisch
ot
yeşillik
{i} başkasının toprağında otlatma hakkı
{i} çayır
{i} ot topluluğu
grass; herbage
cim, ot
Englisch - Englisch
Herbaceous plant growth, especially grass

The dank breath of herbage, sodden with rain, came to her; the mists were barely visible, hovering above the dark ravines.

The natural pasture of a land, considered as distinct from the land itself; hence, right of pasture (on another man's land)
Herbs collectively
The fleshy, often edible, parts of plants
{n} herbs, grass, pasture, tithe of pasture
succulent herbaceous vegetation of pasture land
{i} herbs; low-growing plants (i.e. grass)
The biomass of herbaceous plants, other than separated grain, generally above ground but including edible roots and tubers
The liberty or right of pasture in the forest or in the grounds of another man
Small green foliage and juicy stems that die back after each season's growth
Herbs collectively; green food beasts; grass; pasture
n (Fr herbe, an herb) herbs collectively; the green foliage and juicy stems of herbs
Herbs taken collectively, usually used in the same sense as forage, except that it may include material not acceptable to grazing or browsing animals
right of pasture
The biomass of herbaceous plants, other than separated grain, generally above ground but including edible roots and tubers (see Herbaceous)
The biomass of herbaceous plands, other than separated grain, generally above ground but including edible roots and tubers
herbage

    Silbentrennung

    herb·age

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    Etymologie

    [ '(h)&r-bij ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle French herbage and Old French erbage, from Medieval Latin herbaticum, from Latin herba (“grass”).

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