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BIRD-SEED, canary grass used to feed birds, Phalaris canariensis, L. BIRD'S-TONGUE, L. BIRTHWORT, from its supposed remedial powers in par- turition, suggested, on the doctrine of signatures, by the shape of the corolla, whence also its Greek name from dpto-To?

BISHOP'S-LEAVES, from being known in French as I'kerbe du siege, in reference to its remedial powers in hemorrhoidal affections, and this word siege being understood as of a bishop's see, Scrophularia aquatica, L.

BISHOP'S-WEED, possibly from Fr. BISHOP'S-WORT, a name applied, for reasons unknown, to the Devil-in-a-bush, Nigella damascena, L.

BISTORT, from its writhed roots, L. BITTER CRESS, Cardamine amara, L. Amara-dukis, from the rind of its stalk, which, as Turner observes b.

Solanum Dulcamara, L. BITTER VETCH, Vicia Orobus D. BITTER-WORT, from the taste of the root, a name adopted from the German bitterwurtz, Gentiana, L.

BLACK-BENT, -Coucn, or -SQTJITCH, from its weedy character and dark purple flowers, the slender foxtail, Alopecurus agrestis, L.

BLACK BINDWEED, from its want of the conspicuous white flowers of the other bind-weeds, Polygonum Convolvulus, L. BLACK BRYONY, from its dark-coloured glossy leaves, and black root, Tamus communis, L.

BLACK HOREHOUND, from its dingy colour in contrast with the white-leaved true horehound, Ballota nigra, L.

BLACK SALTWORT, in contrast with the Salsola, Glaux maritima, L. BLACK-SEED, the nonesuch, from its black head of legumes in contrast with the light yellow capitules of the hop-clover, Medicago lupulina, L.

BLACK-WORTS, whortle-berries, from their dark colour as compared with the cow- and cranberry, Vaccinium Myrtillus, L. BLADDER CAMPION, from its inflated calyx, Silene inflata, L.

BLADDER- PERN, from its bladder-like indusium, Cystopteris fragilis, Bern. BLADDER HERB, the winter cherry, which was supposed, from its inflated calyx, to " cleanse the bladder, and open, scour, and purge, the urinal passages," Physalis Alkekengi, L.

BLADDER-NUT, from its inflated seedpods, Staphylea pinnata, L. BLADDER-SNOUT, from the shape of the corolla, and BLADDER-WORT, from the vesicles on its leaves, Utricularia vulgaris, L.

BLEABERRY, or BLAEBERRY, from, blae, a word that in our northern counties means "of a livid or pale-bluish colour," Atk.

Vaccinium uliginosum, L. BLEEDING HEART, the name of the wallflower in the western counties, more particularly the dark variety of it, and apparently dating from a time when in its ordinary state it was called Heart's ease, Cheiranthus Cheiri, L.

BLESSED THISTLE, a thistle so called, like other plants which bear the specific name of " blessed," from its sup- posed power of counteracting the effect of poison, Carduus benedictus, L.

BLIND NETTLE, called so from the resemblance of its leaves to those of a stinging nettle, and their not harming or seeming to notice any body ; whence in most languages it bears a name that implies dead, deaf, or blind ; Lamium album, L.

ELITE, L. BLOOD-BOOT, from the red colour of its root and its con- sequent adoption, upon the doctrine of signatures, for the cure of the bloody flux.

Tormentilla officinalis, L. BLOOD-STRANGE, from blood, and a verb only found in composition, strengen, draw tight, and metaphorically, as in G.

BLOOD-WORT, or BLOODY-DOCK, from its red veins and stems, Rumex sanguineus, L. BLOODY WARRIOR, from its crimson-tinged petals, the dark-blossomed wallflower, Cheiranthus Cheiri, L.

BLOODY-MAN'S FINGER, from its lurid purple spadix, Arum maculatum, L. BLOW-BALL, the head of the dandelion in seed, from children trying their luck by blowing the pappus from its receptacle, Leontodon Taraxacum, L.

BLUE-BELL, from the bell-shape of its flower, Scilla nutans, Sm. BLUE-BLAW, a name that would at first sight seem to be merely " blue blow or blossom," but the latter word is in old works invariably spelt blaw, and is rather the G.

Centaurea Cyanus, L. BLUE-BOTTLE, from the bottle shape of the involucre, and its brilliant blue flower, Centaurea Cyanus, L. BLUE-CAPS, from its tuft of blue flowers, Scabiosa succisa, L.

BOG ASPHODEL, Narthecium ossifragum, Hud. BOG- BEAN, either a translation of Fr. BOG-BERRY, or BOG-WORT, the cranberry, Vaccinium Oxycoccos, L.

BoG-Moss, Sphagnum, L. BOG MYRTLE, or DUTCH MYRTLE, an evergreen aromatic shrub with some general resemblance to a myrtle, and abundant in peat-mosses, Myrica Gale, L.

BOG-RUSH, Schoenus, L. BOG VIOLET, the butterwort, Pinguicula vulgaris, L. BOLBONAC, from the Arabic, Lunaria biennis, L. BOLT, Pr. BOODLE, see BUDDLE, Chrysanthemum segetum, L.

BORAGE, Fr. It is probably a Latinized Oriental name brought with the plant from Syria. BORE-COLE, in Tusser BORE, according to Hettema, in Philol.

Words, but perhaps the O. BOTTLE, see BLUE-BOTTLE. BOTTLE-BRUSH, the field horsetail, from the resemblance of its barren frond to one, Equisetum arvense, L.

BOUTS, or BOOTS, the marsh marigold, from the Fr. BOWYER'S MUSTARD, from some apothecary probably, Lepidium ruderale, L.

Box, A. BOX-HOLLY, from its box-like leaves terminating in a prickle like those of holly, Ruscus aculeatus, L. BOY'S-LOYE, or LAD'S-LOVE, the southernwood, from an ointment made with its ashes being used by young men to promote the growth of a beard : " Cinis Abrotani barbam quoque segnius tardiusque enascentem cum aliquo dic- torum oleorum elicit.

Artemisia Abrotanum, L. BRAKES, from brake, G. The fern so called is named from its place of growth in the same way as whin, heath, bent, and brier.

Pteris aquilina, L. BRACKEN, supposed by Jamieson to mean female brake, but more likely to be a word introduced from Scandinavia and identical with Sw.

Briigen, in Aalborg, means, when 28 POPULAR NAMES applied to rye, a crop of that grain sown on land that has borne rye the previous year.

Both these words seem, like Brake, to indicate what grows on fallow land. BRAMBLE, A. BRANDY-BOTTLE, a name usually explained as alluding to the odour of the flower, but rather more probably taken from the shape of the seed-vessel, the yellow water-lily, or can-dock, Nuphar luteum, L.

BRANK, buckwheat, from a Latin word, brance, that occurs in Pliny, 1. Pimpinella Saxifraga, L. Alchemilla arvensis, D. BRIDE'S LACES, see LADY'S LACES.

BRIDEWORT, from its resemblance to the white feathers worn by brides, Spiraea ulmaria, L. BRIER-ROSE, any wild rose, but chiefly the common hedge or dog-rose, Rosa canina, L.

Coles says, " a yellow sap which waxeth quickly hard, and dry, and smelleth not unlike to brimstone," Peucedanum officinale, L. BRINJAL, or BRINGALL, Port, beringela, from the Tamul brinjaul, its name in Ceylon and southern India, Solanum Melongena, L.

BRISTLE-FERN, from the bristle that projects beyond its receptacle, Trichomanes radicans, Sw. BROCCOLI, the plural of It. BROOK-LIME, in old writers BROK-LEMPE or -LYMPE, Veronica Beccabunga, L.

BROOK-WEED, from its growing beside brooks, Samolus Valerandi, L. BROOM, A. DYER'S-, Genista tinctoria, L. BROOM-RAPE, L. BROWNWORT, A. BRYONY, L.

BLACK-, from its dark glossy leaves and black root, Tarnus communis, L. WHITE-, from the paler colour of the leaves and of the root, Bryonia dioica, L.

BDCKBEAN, believed by some botanists to have been originally bog-bean, which, from its French synonym, trtfle des marais, is very plausible, but that in Dutch also it is called bocks-boonen, and in German bocksbohne, and considered a remedy against the scharbock, or scurvy, whence it is called scharbock' s klee.

Buckes-beane, and not bog-bean, is the name of it in all the old herbals, and this must be admitted to be the proper and established one, being, no doubt, derived from the Dutch word, one which seems to be a corruption of L.

Menyanthes trifoliata, L. FRINGED-, so called from its delicately fringed corolla, and its alliance with the genuine buckbean, Limnanthemum nymphseoides, Lk.

BUCK'S-BEARD, from its long coarse pappus, resembling the beard of a he-goat, Tragopogon pratensis, L.

BUCK'S-HORNE, from its furcated leaves, Plantago Coronopus, L. BUCK-MAST, the nuts or mast of the beech, which was formerly called bucke, Fagus sylvatica, L.

Allium ursinum, L. BUCKTHORN, from M. BUCKWHEAT, Du. BUBBLE, in Tusser spelt BOOBLE, Du. BUG AGARIC, a mushroom that used to be smeared over bedsteads to destroy bugs, Agaricus muscarius, L.

BUGLE, M. Ajuga reptans, L. BuGLOSS, L. VIPER'S-, Echium vulgare, L. BUGLOSS COWSLIP, the lung-wort, from its having the leaves of a bugloss and the flowers of a primula, Pulmonaria oflicinalis, L.

BULLACE, in the Grete Herball bolays, in Turner bulles, in Pr. Prunus communis, Huds. BULLOCK'S LUNGWORT, from its curative powers in the pneumonia of bullocks, suggested, on the doctrine of sig- natures, by the resemblance of its leaf to a dewlap ; see MULLEIN.

Verbascum Thapsus, L. BULL-FIST, L. BULLS AND Cows, more commonly called " Lords and Ladies," the purple and the pale spadices, respectively, of Arum maculatum, L.

BULL'S-FOOT, from the shape of the leaf, the more commonly called coltsfoot, Tussilago Farfara, L. BULL-WEED, from O.

TraXXa, the knapweed, so called from its globular invo- lucre, Centaurea nigra, L. BULL-WORT, properly pool-wort, from its growing in or near pools, Scrophularia, L.

BULRUSH, formerly spelt pole-rush, the pool-rush, jonc d'eau, A. BULL-SEGG, the poolrsegg or -sedge, the reed-mace, Typha latifolia, L.

BURDOCK, a name that, properly speaking, is a pleonasm; for bur and dock both meant originally, the one in French, and the other in the Germanic languages, a flock or lump OF BRITISH PLANTS.

The word bur is the Fr. See HARDOCK. Arctium Lappa, L. BUR MARIGOLD, a composite flower allied to the mari- gold, with seeds that adhere to the clothes, like burs, Bidens tripartite, L.

BUR PARSLEY, from its bur-like bristly carpels, Caucalis daucoides, L. BUR REED, from its narrow reed-like leaves, and the burs formed by its seed vessels, Sparganium ramosum, L.

BUR THISTLE, from its prickly involucre, Carduus lanceolatus, L. BUR-WEED, or BURDOCK CLOTWEED, a weed with large leaves and burs somewhat like those of the burdock or clotbur, Xanthiam strumarium, L.

BURNET, a term formerly applied to a brown cloth, Fr. BURNET BLOOD-WORT, from its power of stanching blood, and its resemblance to burnet, Sanguisorba officinalis, L.

BURNET SAXIFRAGE, from its supposed lithontriptic qualities, and the resemblance of its leaves to burnet, Pimpiuella Saxifraga, L.

BURSTWORT, from it supposed efficacy in ruptures, Herniaria glabra, L. BUTCHER'S BROOM, according to Loudon, and to the 34 POPULAR NAMES authoress of " Sylvan Sketches," Mrs.

Kent, from butchers making besoms of it to sweep their blocks ; according to Parkinson, Th. But it seems to have been called so from being used to preserve meat from rats and bats.

Thus Tragus, ed. Ruscus aculeatus, L. BUTCHER'S PRICKWOOD, from skewers being made of it, Rhamnus Frangula, L. BUTTER AND Eaas, from the colour of the flowers, Linaria vulgaris, L.

How and W. Coles derive the name from the leaves being used, as they suppose, for lap- ping butter in, a purpose to which they do not seem to be applied at the present day.

Petasites vulgaris, Dsf. BPTTER-CUP, not, perhaps, from butter and cup, but rather more probably from Fr. It will have meant, originally, button-head.

See GOLDCUP and KINGCUP. Ranunculus, L. BUTTER-FLOWER, Du. BUTTER-JAGS, an obscure name, perhaps in the first place bottle-jacks, Lotus corniculatus, L.

Coles, " melted butter had been poured over it," Pinguicula vulgaris, L. CABBAGE, Fr. PATRICK'S, Saxifraga umbrosa, L. CALAMI NT, Gr.

CALATHIAN VIOLET, L. Viola calathiana, from L. CALE, COLE, or COLEWORT, A. Brassica oleracea, L. CALTROPS, A.

Alisan- der, 1, , calketrappen, M. CALVES-FOOT, Fl. CALVES-SNOUT, the snapdragon, Fr. Antirrhinum majus, L. CAMMOCK, A.

In the former sense it occurs in Piers Plowman's Vision, 1. Cockayne in Leechdoms, v. The term kambuck is still given in Suffolk to the kexes.

CAMPION, from having been used in the chaplets with which champions at the public games were crowned. MEADOW-, the Ragged Robin, Lychnis flos cueulK L.

Moss-, from its moss-like tufts, Silene acaulis, L. ROSE-, from the colour of the flower, Lychnis coronaria, L. CANARY-GRASS, from being a grass of the Canary Islands, and used to feed Canary birds, Phalaris canariensis, L.

REED-, Digraphis arundinacea, Trin. CAN-DOCK, from its broad leaves, and the shape of its seed-vessel, like that of a silver can or flagon, Dan.

CANDLE-BERRY, from the fruit of an American species of the genus yielding wax of which candles are made, Myrica Gale, L. CANDLE-RUSH, from its pith being used for rush-lights, Juncus effusus, L.

CANDY-TUFT, or CANDY-MUSTARD, a tufted flower brought from the Island of Candy, or Crete, Iberis umbellata, L. CANKER, a tree-fungus, from its seeming to eat like a cancer into a decaying tree, Boletus, L.

CANKER- ROSE, from its red colour and its detriment to arable land, the field poppy, Papaver Rhceas, L. CAPER-PLANT, or WILD CAPER, from its immature seed vessels being used in sauce for the buds of the real caper, Euphorbia Lathyris, L.

CAPBIFOLY, M. Cock- ayne v. The similarity of the leaf of this shrub to that of the caper, and its habit of growing about walls and rocks, very naturally led the northern nations to confuse them together, and the blunder- ing mistake of cappari for eapri has given rise to the Fr.

Lonicera Caprifolium, L. CARDOON, Fr. CARLINB THISTLE, L. Carolina, so named after Charle- magne, Carl de groote, of whom the legend relates, as we learn from Tabernsemontanus vol.

Wherefore he prayed earnestly to God, and in his sleep there appeared to him an angel, who shot an arrow from a cross-bow, telling him to mark the plant upon which it fell, for that with that plant he might cure his army of the pestilence.

And so it really happened. Carlina vulgaris, L. CARNATION, incorrectly derived in general from the flesh colour of the flowers, and supposed to -be connected with L.

So Spenser, in his Shepherd's Calendar : " Bring coronations and sops in wine "Worn of paramours. CARPENTER'S-HERB, from its corolla seen in profile being shaped like a bill-hook, and, on the doctrine of signatures, supposed to heal wounds from edged tools, the self-heal, Prunella vulgaris, L.

CARRAWAY, M. Lat, carui semina, seeds of careum, Gr. Kapov, Carian, so called from its native country, Caria. This genitive case was adopted for the name of the seed, as in Arundel MS.

Carum carui, L. CARRAGEEN-MOSS, a sea-weed so called from an Irish word that means " a little rock," the name of some place in Ire- land where it was first collected for sale, Chondrus crispus, Lyngb.

CARROT, Fr. CARSE, an old spelling of cress, A. CASE-WEED, or CASSE-WEED, so called in allusion to its little purse-like capsules, from Fr.

CASSIDONY, L. CAT'S-EAR, from the shape of its leaves, Hypochseris maculata, L. CAT'S-FOOT, from its soft flower-heads, Gnaphalium dioicum, L.

CATS-MILK, from its milky juice oozing in drops, as milk from the small teats of a cat, Euphorbia helioscopia, L. CAT-MINT, or CAT-NEP, " because, 1 ' says Gerarde, p.

Nepeta cataria, L. CAT'S-TAIL, from its long cylindrical furry spikes, Typha latifolia, L. CATCH- FLY, from its glutinous stalks, the genus Silene, and Lychnis viscaria, L.

CATCH-WEED, a weed that catches the passer by, Galium Aparine, L. CELANDINE, L. This wonderful fact is received and repeated by every botanical writer of those days, and is embodied by the author of the Schola Salernitana, 1.

LESSER-, from its blossoming at the season when the swallow arrives, the pilewort, Ranunculus Ficaria, L. CENTAURY, or CENTORY, L.

What plant this was, is uncertain. The name is now given to the knapweeds, which the Germans, resolving centaurium into centum aureos, a hundred pounds, call Tausend Gulden.

Centaurea, L. Askham, in his Lytel Herball, says of it, " It is named the More Centory or Earthgall : his floures be yelowe in the croppe ;" and Dr.

Linacre in his version of Macer, that " More Centory or Earthgall hath leves lyke to the Lesse Centory, but more whyter, and yelowe flowers, and flowreth not but in the top.

Lyte, and other herbalists since his time, incorrectly assign the name to the knapweed, Centaurea nigra, L.

CENTINODE, or CENTYNODY, hundred knot, from its many joints, L. CETERACH, from a supposed Arabic or Persian word, chetherak, which Stapel on Theophrastus p.

CHADLOCK, see CHEDLOCK. CHAFE-WEED according to Hooker in Fl. CHAFF-WEED, A. CHALOTS, see SHALLOT. CHAMOMILE, L. WILD-, Matricaria chainomilla, L.

CHARLOCK, CARLOCK, or CALLOCK, in Scotland SKEL- LOCH, A. In a MS. The name is at present given to a wild mustard. Brassica Sinapistrum, Boiss.

CHECKERED LILY, from the markings on the petals, Fritillaria Meleagris, L. CHEDDAR PINK, from its place of growth in Somerset- shire, on the cliffs of that picturesque ravine, Dianthus csesius, L.

CHEDLOCK, CHADLOCK, or KEDLOCK, A. In the eastern counties chad means the refuse sifted from wheat. The name is now confounded with charlock, but in Westmacott's Scripture Herbal, p.

There is nothing related of St. Chad or Cedde, that in any way connects him with these weeds. CHEESE-RENNET, or -RUNNING, a name given to the yellow lady's bedstraw from its supposed power of curd- ling milk.

Galium verum, L. CHEET, the name of a spurious oil that in Gerarde's time was palmed off upon the public for the Spanish oil of Sesamum.

See below, GOLD OF PLEASURE. CHEIR, WILD-, the wallflower, from its Latin name, Cheiranthus Cheiri, L. CHEQUER-TREE, the service-tree, so called in Evelyn's Sylva, and in Sussex at the present day, from Choker, the choke-pear, being an antique pronunciation of the word which we find in the humorous old ballad of The Frere and the Boy, 1.

See CHOKE-PEAR. Sorbus domestica, L. CHERRY, from O. CHERISE, as it is spelt in Chaucer, a word that was mistaken for a plural of cherry, Fr.

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Formerly important trades, such as those of the whitesmith and the potter, were superseded during the 19th century by new industries.

This generated a desire in the Fichtelgebirge region in to protect old trade skills and a museum was founded by the Fichtelgebirge Club. For a long time its formation was believed to have been caused by natural disasters such as earthquakes.

Today it is known that processes such as weathering and erosion over a long period are much more likely to have been responsible for the formation of the rock labyrinth.

Holenbrunn is a village in the Fichtelgebirge mountains. It is part of the town Wunsiedel in the north-east of the German state Bavaria.

Schönbrunn is a village in the heart of the Fichtelgebirge mountains in Bavaria, Germany. It is not far from Wunsiedel and has about 1, inhabitants along including Furthammer.

It was founded around as a small settlement within the castle. The oldest building is the church built around The area has a brewery, a few businesses and a construction industry.

The area was agricultural.

This word Clary affords a curious instance of medical research. BOY'S-LOYE, or LAD'S-LOVE, the southernwood, from Massage Exclusiv Dresden ointment made with its ashes being used by young men to promote the growth of a beard : " Cinis Abrotani barbam quoque segnius tardiusque enascentem cum aliquo dic- torum oleorum elicit. Dictionnaire Etymologique, Die Glücksfee Beginning: am Archaic Dictionary, CAT'S-EAR, from the shape of its leaves, Hypochseris maculata, L. MARSH- Comarum palustre, L. JuliaDenis PewnyNijanaEtaniaAndy GrooveSam VinceMydePornos Kostenlos Angucken. Cheiranthus Cheiri, L. Allium sativum, L.

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