eryngo

NOUN
  1. any plant of the genus Eryngium
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How To Use eryngo In A Sentence

  • Here, in fact, on the pebbly ground of the wastelands, is the eryngo agaric (Pleurotus eryngii, D. C.), which has the same consistency as the other. The Life of the fly; with which are interspersed some chapters of autobiography
  • The Zonites, a rude clan, grazing on the heads of the prickly eryngo, despise all tender preliminaries. The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles
  • -- for some suppose the sprig of eryngo to signify that he was already betrothed to her. Albert Durer
  • In his hand he significantly carries a blue _eryngo_, called in German "Mannstreu. Albert Durer
  • Scoliae arrive from the neighbouring fields, where they have been slaking their thirst on the eryngo-heads. More Hunting Wasps
  • Two Zonites, both visitors of the eryngo-heads during the heats of summer, are among the Meloidæ of my part of the country. The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles
  • Or, Eryngo has been derived from the Greek _eruggarein_, to eructate, because the plant is, according to herbalists, a specific against belching). Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure
  • _Asclepias tuberosa_, with fiery red umbels, the strong-scented _Monarda fistulosa_, and an umbelliferous plant, the grass-like, spiculated leaves of which recall to mind the Southern Agaves, the _Eryngo. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 43, May, 1861 Creator
  • Zonitis, the full-blown heads of the eryngo (_Eryngium campestre_); for Schaeffer's Cerocoma, the heads of the Îles d'Hyères everlasting The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles
  • I feed them on honey, placed in little drops on spikes of lavender, on heads of thistle, or field eryngo, or globe-thistle, according to the season. More Hunting Wasps
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