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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} gelincik
(Tıp) pavot
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) afyon çiçeği

Biz bir pasta yaptık ve içine haşhaş tohumu koyduk. - We made a cake and we put poppy seeds inside.

Haşhaş tohumlu çörekler onun gözdesidir, ama onun yaban mersinine razı olmak zorunda olduğu günler vardır. - Poppy seed muffins are her favorites, but there are days when she must settle for blueberry.

opium poppy haşhaş
Papaver rhoeas
poppy seed haşhaş tohumu
i gelincikgillerden herhangi bir bitki
i., bot. gelincik; haşhaş
Papaver somniferum
(Tıp) Kurutulmuş tohumlarından opium (afyon) elde edilen Papaver somniferum adlı bitki, haşhaş
{i} gelincik kırmızısı
kızıl renk
poppy seed cake
(Gıda) haşhaşlı kek
poppy seed
afyon tohumu
poppy field
Gelincik tarlası

You have to go to a poppy fieldto meet your lover.

poppy head
haşhaş başı
poppy seed cake
haşhaş tohumlu kek
poppy seed muffin
Haşhaşlı çörek
poppy seed
(isim) haşhaş tohumu
poppy seed
{i} haşhaş tohumu

Biz bir pasta yaptık ve içine haşhaş tohumu koyduk. - We made a cake and we put poppy seeds inside.

opium poppy
bread with poppy seeds
(Gıda) haşhaşlı ekmek
corn poppy
gelincik çiçeği
opium poppy
afyon çiçeği
celandine poppy
kırlangıçotu haşhaş
Oriental poppy
bot. doğuhaşhaşı
corn poppy
opium poppy
oriental poppy
Englisch - Englisch
: A female given name, a flower name used since the end of the 19th century

Mma Ramotswe shook her head. There was nothing embarrassing about the name Poppy, but there was no telling what names people would find embarrassing.

a simple artificial poppy worn in the buttonhole to remember the fallen in the two World Wars
a bright red colour, tinted with orange, like that of the poppy flower

poppy colour:.

Having a popping sound
An affectionate nickname given to a father or grandfather, or a male authority figure standing in a similar position
In the style of pop music
of a bright red colour, tinted with orange, like that of the poppy flower
Any plant of the species Papaver, with crumpled often red petals and a milky juice
In Britain, on a particular day in November, people wear an artificial poppy in memory of the people who died in the two world wars. a wreath of poppies. poppies a plant that has brightly coloured, usually red, flowers and small black seeds. California poppy opium poppy poppy family
{n} the name of a plant or its flower
a flower name used since the end of the nineteenth century
in Gothic churches
It is generally used on the tops of the upright ends or elbows which terminate seats, etc
A raised ornament frequently having the form of a final
Any plant or species of the genus Papaver, herbs with showy polypetalous flowers and a milky juice
of Capsule
{i} plant that produces bright flowers, plant from which opium is made
annual or biennial or perennial herbs having showy flowers
From one species (Papaver somniferum) opium is obtained, though all the species contain it to some extent; also, a flower of the plant
A poppy is a plant with a large, delicate flower, usually red in colour. The drug opium is obtained from one type of poppy. a field of poppies
Poppy Day
Remembrance Day
Poppy Day
holiday honoring British military veterans
poppy day
Remembrance Day: the Sunday nearest to November 11 when those who died in World War I and World War II are commemorated
poppy family
Family Papaveraceae, containing about 200 species of mostly herbaceous plants and some woody small trees and shrubs. Most species of this family, which is outstanding for its many garden ornamentals (largely of the genus Papaver) and for pharmaceutically important plants, are found in the Northern Hemisphere. All have cup-shaped flowers, a capsule fruit, leaves that are usually deeply cut or divided into leaflets, and coloured sap. Members include the opium poppy and the corn, or Flanders, poppy (P. rhoeas), the seeds of which may lie dormant for years. The latter became a symbol of World War I because it bloomed in fields that had been disturbed by battle. See also California poppy
poppy mallow
a plant of the genus Callirhoe having palmately cleft leaves and white to red or purple flowers borne throughout the summer
poppy seed
small gray seed of a poppy flower; used whole or ground in baked items
poppy seed
{i} seed of the poppy flower (used for baking); seed of the opium poppy
poppy seed cake
baked dessert containing poppy seeds
California poppy
A popular flowering garden plant, Eschscholzia californica, native to the south-western United States
opium poppy
Papaver somniferum the species of plant from which opium and poppy seeds are extracted
tall poppy
A conspicuously successful person, especially one who attracts envious hostility
tall poppy syndrome
The tendency to disparage conspicuously successful people
blue poppy
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Chinese perennial having mauve-pink to bright sky blue flowers in drooping cymes. (synonym) Meconopsis betonicifolia
California poppy
{i} eschscholtzia, annual plant of the poppy family with leaves of a bluish color and colorful orange to yellow flowers
California poppy
An herb (Eschscholzia californica) native to western North America and having finely divided leaves and showy, often orange or yellow flowers. Annual garden plant (Eschscholzia californica) in the poppy family, native to the western coast of North America and naturalized in parts of southern Europe, Asia, and Australia. The flowers are usually pale yellow, orange, or cream in the wild, but whites and shades of red and pink have been developed in cultivation. The foliage is gray-green and feathery. The flowers open only in sunlight. They blossom all summer in northern climates and into the winter in areas with mild winters
Mexican gold poppy
A small annual wildflower (Eschscholzia mexicana) native to dry mountainous regions of western North America and having dark orange to gold, cup-shaped flowers
Oriental poppy
A southwest Asian plant (Papaver orientale) widely cultivated for its brilliant scarlet and black flowers
Shirley poppy
A variety of the corn poppy having scarlet, pink, or salmon flowers
blue poppy
Chinese perennial having mauve-pink to bright sky blue flowers in drooping cymes
bush poppy
evergreen shrub of southwestern United States and Mexico often cultivated for its fragrant golden yellow flowers
california poppy
of Pacific coast of North America; widely cultivated for its yellow to red flowers
celandine poppy
A perennial herb (Stylophorum diphyllum) native to midwest North America and somewhat similar in appearance to the celandine
celandine poppy
perennial here native to woodland of the eastern United States having yellow flowers
clustered poppy mallow
densely hairy perennial having mostly triangular basal leaves and rose-purple flowers in panicled clusters
corn poppy
An annual Eurasian plant (Papaver rhoeas) naturalized in North America and having showy, usually scarlet flowers
corn poppy
annual European poppy common in grain fields and often cultivated
fringed poppy mallow
perennial poppy mallow of United States southern plains states having rose-red or rose-purple flowers
horn poppy
yellow-flowered Eurasian glaucous herb naturalized in along sandy shores in eastern North America
iceland poppy
Old World alpine poppy with white or yellow to orange flowers subarctic perennial poppy of both hemispheres having fragrant white or yellow to orange or peach flowers
matilija poppy
tall branching subshrub of California and Mexico often cultivated for its silvery-blue foliage and large fragrant white flowers
mexican poppy
annual herb with prickly stems and large yellow flowers; southern United States to West Indies and Mexico
opium poppy
An annual plant (Papaver somniferum) native to Turkey and adjacent areas, having grayish-green leaves and variously colored flowers. Flowering plant (Papaver somniferum) of the family Papaveraceae, native to Turkey. Opium, morphine, codeine, and heroin are all derived from the milky fluid found in its unripe seed capsule. A common garden annual in the U.S., the opium poppy bears blue-purple or white flowers 5 in. (13 cm) wide on plants about 3-16 ft (1-5 m) tall, with lobed or toothed silver-green foliage. It is also grown for its tiny nonnarcotic ripe seeds, which are kidney-shaped and grayish blue to dark blue; the seeds are used in bakery products and for seasoning, oil, and birdseed
opium poppy
type of poppy plant that is used to produce opium
opium poppy
southwestern Asian herb with grayish leaves and white or reddish flowers; source of opium
oriental poppy
commonly cultivated Asiatic perennial poppy having stiff heavily haired leaves and bright scarlet or pink to orange flowers
plume poppy
herb of China and Japan widely cultivated for its plumelike panicles of creamy white flowers
plural of poppy
prickly poppy
annual Old World poppy with orange-red flowers and bristly fruit any plant of the genus Argemone having large white or yellow flowers and prickly leaves and stems and pods; chiefly of tropical America
prickly poppy
Any of various plants of the genus Argemone, chiefly of tropical America, having large yellow, lavender, or white flowers and prickly leaves, stems, and pods
purple poppy mallow
hairy perennial of central United States having round deeply-lobed leaves and loose panicles of large crimson-purple or cherry-red flowers
sea poppy
See under Horn
sea poppy
The horn poppy
tree poppy
An evergreen shrub (Dendromecon rigidum) of southern California and northern Baja California, having minutely toothed, lance-shaped leaves and showy yellow flowers
welsh poppy
widely cultivated west European plant with showy pale yellow flowers
western poppy
showy annual of California with red flowers
wind poppy
California wild poppy with bright red flowers



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈpäpē/ /ˈpɑːpiː/


    [ 'pä-pE ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English popiġ

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    poppy seed