Honey is produced by domesticated and many wild bees from the nectar of flowers and other plant secretions The bees combine those fluids with other substances to make honey, which they store in their hives Honey has been around as long as bees and man has used it as a sweetener and food since the earliest times It is still one of his richest and most useful food substances A rock drawing near Valencia in Spain that dates back to 15000 BC shows two men climbing up cords to reach the nest of a swarm of bees And beekeeping was being practiced along the banks of the Nile in Egypt at least as early as 3000 BC Ancient literature teems with references to bees, honey and beekeeping
The nectar and sweet deposits from plants as gathered, modified and stored in honeycomb by honey bees
You call someone honey as a sign of affection. Honey, I don't really think that's a good idea. Sweet, viscous liquid food, golden in colour, produced in the honey sacs of various bees from the nectar of flowers. Honey has played an important role in human nutrition since ancient times; until about 250 years ago, it was almost the sole sweetening agent. Honey is often produced on a commercial scale from clover (Trifolium) or sweet clover (Melilotus) by the domestic honeybee. The nectar is ripened into honey by inversion of most of its sucrose into the sugars levulose (fructose) and dextrose (glucose) and the removal of excess moisture. Honey is stored in the beehive or nest in a honeycomb, a double layer of uniform hexagonal cells constructed of beeswax and propolis (a plant resin). The honey is used in winter as food for the bee larvae and other members of the colony. Honey extracted for human consumption is usually heated to destroy fermentation-causing yeasts and then strained. See also beekeeping
contains large quantities of enzymes, a hormone, carbohydrates, B-complex vitamins, vitamins C, D and E, and some minerals Honey helps to prevent moisture loss from the skin by laying down a clear protective film
that collected by bees from flowers of plants, and deposited in the cells of the honeycomb
(Film) Honey Bunny is a cartoon character owned by Warner Bros., although she has never appeared in a single animated short. A female rabbit, she was designed by Robert McKimson as the girlfriend of Bugs Bunny for merchandising purposes in the late 1950s
tall usually spiny North American tree having small greenish-white flowers in drooping racemes followed by long twisting seed pods; yields very hard durable reddish-brown wood; introduced to temperate Old World
You can describe someone's voice or words as honeyed when they are very pleasant to listen to, especially if you want to suggest that they are insincere. His gentle manner and honeyed tones reassured Andrew
[ h&-nE ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English hony, honi, from Old English huniġ, from Proto-Germanic *hunagan (cf. Dutch honing, German Honig, Swedish honung), from Proto-Indo-European *kohₐ-n-kó (cf. Welsh canecon 'gold', Latin canicae 'bran', Old Prussian cucan 'brown', Albanian qengjë 'beehive', Ancient Greek knēkós 'yellowish', Sanskrit kāñcanám 'gold, wealth').
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