some of different aromatic Old World flowers associated with genus Lavandula, especially L. angustifolia, having groups of tiny purplish flowers that yield an oil used in perfumery.
The fragrant dried leaves, stems, and blossoms of the plant.
A pale to light purple to really light or extremely pale violet.
some of a group of European flowers, genus, Lavandula, regarding the mint family.
a pale purple color, like this of lavender rose.
An aromatic plant of the genus Lavandula (Lavandula vera), common into the south of European countries. It yields and oil found in medication and perfumery. The spike-lavender (Lavandula Spica) yields a coarser oil (oil of increase), used in the arts.
The pale, purplish color of lavender blossoms, paler and more fine than lilac.
A washer; a washerwoman; a laundress.
An aromatic plant of this genus Lavandula, mainly L. vera, the real lavender, which is used as a perfume. See Lavandula.
along with of lavender-blossoms; a really pale lilac-color, that result of its paleness seems less reddish.
Hence— To put in pledge; pawn.
a pale purple shade
any of different Old World aromatic shrubs or subshrubs with frequently mauve or blue plants; extensively cultivated