fennel flower definition

  • noun:
    • an herb (Nigella) of Buttercup family, having leaves finely divided, like those for the fennel. Nigella Damascena is common in home gardens. Nigella sativa furnishes the fennel seed, utilized as a condiment, etc., in Asia. These seeds would be the “fitches” discussed in Isaiah (xxviii. 25).
    • an herb (Nigella) regarding the Buttercup family members, having leaves finely split, like those associated with the fennel. Nigella Damascena is typical in home gardens. Nigella sativa furnishes the fennel seed, used as a condiment, etc., in India. These seeds would be the “fitches” pointed out in Isaiah (xxviii. 25).
    • nigella of Spain and south France
    • nigella of Spain and south France
    • an herb (Nigella) of the Buttercup family, having leaves finely divided, like those of the fennel. Nigella Damascena is common in gardens. Nigella sativa furnishes the fennel seed, used as a condiment, etc., in India. These seeds are the “fitches” mentioned in Isaiah (xxviii. 25).
    • nigella of Spain and southern France
    • an herb (Nigella) of this Buttercup household, having leaves finely split, like those of this fennel. Nigella Damascena is typical in gardens. Nigella sativa furnishes the fennel seed, used as a condiment, etc., in Asia. These seeds would be the “fitches” pointed out in Isaiah (xxviii. 25).
    • nigella of Spain and southern France
    • an herb (Nigella) of the Buttercup family, having leaves carefully divided, like those for the fennel. Nigella Damascena is typical in gardens. Nigella sativa furnishes the fennel seed, utilized as a condiment, etc., in India. These seeds are the “fitches” discussed in Isaiah (xxviii. 25).
    • nigella of Spain and southern France

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