origanum

NOUN
  1. any of various fragrant aromatic herbs of the genus Origanum used as seasonings
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  • Catchall term for a variety of Mediterranean herbs, from origanum syriacum (Syrian oregano, often mistranslated as “thyme”) to satureja hortensis (summer savory). Day of Honey
  • Origanum dictamnus is supposed to be good for the stomach, but is not too bad as just tea.
  • Take croton oil, aqua ammonia, f. f.f; oil of cajuput, oil of origanum, in equal parts. The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild and Vicious Horses
  • Origanum vulgare, or Wild marjoram, is a perennial herb, with erect, leafy, hairy, purple, quadrangular, corymbose stems, from 6 inches to 2 feet in height.
  • He'd had to assure her that garlic and origanum were necessities, and avocado vinaigrette could add a delightful - and nourishing - touch to a meal.
  • Orégano (oregano) origanum vulgare: This variety of oregano is the most commonly found in Mexico, and is most often used dry. A Culinary Guide to Mexican Herbs: Las Hierbas de Cocina
  • The subspecies of oregano Origanum vulgare hirtum is an important culinary herb.
  • Mejorana (marjoram) origanum onites: Along with thyme, marjoram is the ingredient in the traditional manojo de hirbas de olor - handful of fragrant herbs - mentioned in countless recipes for soups and stews. A Culinary Guide to Mexican Herbs: Las Hierbas de Cocina
  • In smaller containers, I like to mix it up with a few things—lavender with annual lobelia and Agapanthus or Gaura 'Whirling Butterflies' with Origanum and Salvia patens. Garden Guru Piet Oudolf
  • [727] Dead bodies were laid out on a layer of origanum, which is an aromatic plant. The Eleven Comedies, Volume 2
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