parsnip definition

  • noun:
    • A strong-scented plant (Pastinaca sativa) cultivated for the long, white, edible, fleshy root.
    • the main with this plant.
    • A biennial plant, Pastinaca sativa, pertaining to the carrot.
    • The root for the parsnip, when used as a vegetable.
    • The fragrant and edible spindle-shaped base of the cultivated form of the Pastinaca sativa, a biennial umbelliferous plant which can be really toxic in its crazy state; additionally, the plant it self.
    • A biennial plant, Peucedanum (Pastinaca) sativum, indigenous through temperate Europe and section of Asia, and widely cultivated in home gardens, thence once again operating crazy.
    • whitish delicious root; consumed prepared
    • the whitish root of cultivated parsnip
    • a strong-scented plant cultivated for the edible root

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