Any of several fragrant Eurasian or Mediterranean plants of genus Origanum, specially O. majorana or O. vulgare, having little, purplish to white blossoms and opposing leaves. Also called nice marjoram, crazy marjoram.
The leaves of any among these plants used as a seasoning.
A herb regarding the mint family, Origanum majorana, having fragrant leaves.
The leaves for this plant utilized in flavouring food.
A genus of mintlike plants (Origanum) comprising about twenty-five types. The sweet marjoram (Origanum Majorana) is pecularly aromatic and fragrant, and much found in cookery. The wild marjoram of European countries and America is Origanum vulgare, less fragrant compared to the various other.
A plant of this genus Origanum, of several types, belonging to the normal order Labiatœ, or mint tribe.
pungent leaves made use of as seasoning with meat and fowl plus stews and soups and omelets