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A artemisiaefolia
Bitterweed Bit"ter*weed`, n. (Bot.) A species of Ambrosia (A. artemisi[ae]folia); Roman worm wood. --Gray.
Ambrosia artemisiaefolia
Wormwood Worm"wood, n. [AS. werm?d, akin to OHG. wermuota, wormuota, G. wermuth, wermut; of uncertain origin.] 1. (Bot.) A composite plant (Artemisia Absinthium), having a bitter and slightly aromatic taste, formerly used as a tonic and a vermifuge, and to protect woolen garments from moths. It gives the peculiar flavor to the cordial called absinthe. The volatile oil is a narcotic poison. The term is often extended to other species of the same genus. 2. Anything very bitter or grievous; bitterness. Lest there should be among you a root that beareth gall and wormwood. --Deut. xxix. 18. Roman wormwood (Bot.), an American weed (Ambrosia artemisi[ae]folia); hogweed. Tree wormwood (Bot.), a species of Artemisia (probably Artemisia variabilis) with woody stems. Wormwood hare (Zo["o]l.), a variety of the common hare (Lepus timidus); -- so named from its color.
Ambrosia artemisiaefolia
Ragweed Rag"weed, n. (Bot.) A common American composite weed (Ambrosia artemisi[ae]folia) with finely divided leaves; hogweed. Great ragweed, a coarse American herb (Ambrosia trifida), with rough three-lobed opposite leaves.
Ambrosia artemisiaege
Hogweed Hog"weed`, n. (Bot.) (a) A common weed (Ambrosia artemisi[ae]ge). See Ambrosia, 3. (b) In England, the Heracleum Sphondylium.
Artemis
Diana Di*a"na, n. [L. Diana.] (Myth.) The daughter of Jupiter and Latona; a virgin goddess who presided over hunting, chastity, and marriage; -- identified with the Greek goddess Artemis. And chaste Diana haunts the forest shade. --Pope. Diana monkey (Zo["o]l.), a handsome, white-bearded monkey of West Africa (Cercopithecus Diana).
Artemisia
Semen Se"men, n.; pl. Semina. [L., from the root of serere, satum, to sow. See Sow to scatter seed.] 1. (Bot.) The seed of plants. 2. (Physiol.) The seed or fecundating fluid of male animals; sperm. It is a white or whitish viscid fluid secreted by the testes, characterized by the presence of spermatozoids to which it owes its generative power. Semen contra, or Semen cin[ae] or cyn[ae], a strong aromatic, bitter drug, imported from Aleppo and Barbary, said to consist of the leaves, peduncles, and unexpanded flowers of various species of Artemisia; wormseed.
Artemisia Abrotanum
Southernwood South"ern*wood`, n. (Bot.) A shrubby species of wormwood (Artemisia Abrotanum) having aromatic foliage. It is sometimes used in making beer.
Artemisia Absinthium
Wormwood Worm"wood, n. [AS. werm?d, akin to OHG. wermuota, wormuota, G. wermuth, wermut; of uncertain origin.] 1. (Bot.) A composite plant (Artemisia Absinthium), having a bitter and slightly aromatic taste, formerly used as a tonic and a vermifuge, and to protect woolen garments from moths. It gives the peculiar flavor to the cordial called absinthe. The volatile oil is a narcotic poison. The term is often extended to other species of the same genus. 2. Anything very bitter or grievous; bitterness. Lest there should be among you a root that beareth gall and wormwood. --Deut. xxix. 18. Roman wormwood (Bot.), an American weed (Ambrosia artemisi[ae]folia); hogweed. Tree wormwood (Bot.), a species of Artemisia (probably Artemisia variabilis) with woody stems. Wormwood hare (Zo["o]l.), a variety of the common hare (Lepus timidus); -- so named from its color.
Artemisia absinthium
Absinthin Ab*sin"thin, n. (Chem.) The bitter principle of wormwood (Artemisia absinthium). --Watts.
Artemisia absinthium
Absinthium Ab*sin"thi*um, n. [L., from Gr. ?.] (Bot.) The common wormwood (Artemisia absinthium), an intensely bitter plant, used as a tonic and for making the oil of wormwood.
Artemisia Chinensis
Moxa Mox"a, n. [A corruption of Japan. mogusa (pronounced mongsa), an escharotic made from the plant yomigi: cf. F. moxa.] 1. (Med.) A soft woolly mass prepared from the young leaves of Artemisia Chinensis, and used as a cautery by burning it on the skin; hence, any substance used in a like manner, as cotton impregnated with niter, amadou. 2. (Bot.) A plant from which this substance is obtained, esp. Artemisia Chinensis, and A. moxa.
Artemisia Chinensis
Moxa Mox"a, n. [A corruption of Japan. mogusa (pronounced mongsa), an escharotic made from the plant yomigi: cf. F. moxa.] 1. (Med.) A soft woolly mass prepared from the young leaves of Artemisia Chinensis, and used as a cautery by burning it on the skin; hence, any substance used in a like manner, as cotton impregnated with niter, amadou. 2. (Bot.) A plant from which this substance is obtained, esp. Artemisia Chinensis, and A. moxa.
Artemisia maritima
Sea wormwood Sea" worm"wood` (Bot.) A European species of wormwood (Artemisia maritima) growing by the sea.
Artemisia santonica
Wormseed Worm"seed`, n. (Bot.) Any one of several plants, as Artemisia santonica, and Chenopodium anthelminticum, whose seeds have the property of expelling worms from the stomach and intestines. Wormseed mustard, a slender, cruciferous plant (Erysinum cheiranthoides) having small lanceolate leaves.
Artemisia tridentata
Sagebrush Sage"brush`, n. A low irregular shrub (Artemisia tridentata), of the order Composit[ae], covering vast tracts of the dry alkaline regions of the American plains; -- called also sagebush, and wild sage.
Artemisia variabilis
Wormwood Worm"wood, n. [AS. werm?d, akin to OHG. wermuota, wormuota, G. wermuth, wermut; of uncertain origin.] 1. (Bot.) A composite plant (Artemisia Absinthium), having a bitter and slightly aromatic taste, formerly used as a tonic and a vermifuge, and to protect woolen garments from moths. It gives the peculiar flavor to the cordial called absinthe. The volatile oil is a narcotic poison. The term is often extended to other species of the same genus. 2. Anything very bitter or grievous; bitterness. Lest there should be among you a root that beareth gall and wormwood. --Deut. xxix. 18. Roman wormwood (Bot.), an American weed (Ambrosia artemisi[ae]folia); hogweed. Tree wormwood (Bot.), a species of Artemisia (probably Artemisia variabilis) with woody stems. Wormwood hare (Zo["o]l.), a variety of the common hare (Lepus timidus); -- so named from its color.
Artemisia vulgaris
Mugwort Mug"wort`, n. [AS. mucgwyrt. Cf. Midge.] (Bot.) A somewhat aromatic composite weed (Artemisia vulgaris), at one time used medicinally; -- called also motherwort.
Lepus Nuttalli or artemisia
Sage Sage, n. [OE. sauge, F. sauge, L. salvia, from salvus saved, in allusion to its reputed healing virtues. See Safe.] (Bot.) (a) A suffruticose labiate plant (Salvia officinalis) with grayish green foliage, much used in flavoring meats, etc. The name is often extended to the whole genus, of which many species are cultivated for ornament, as the scarlet sage, and Mexican red and blue sage. (b) The sagebrush. Meadow sage (Bot.), a blue-flowered species of Salvia (S. pratensis) growing in meadows in Europe. Sage cheese, cheese flavored with sage, and colored green by the juice of leaves of spinach and other plants which are added to the milk. Sage cock (Zo["o]l.), the male of the sage grouse; in a more general sense, the specific name of the sage grouse. Sage green, of a dull grayish green color, like the leaves of garden sage. Sage grouse (Zo["o]l.), a very large American grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus), native of the dry sagebrush plains of Western North America. Called also cock of the plains. The male is called sage cock, and the female sage hen. Sage hare, or Sage rabbit (Zo["o]l.), a species of hare (Lepus Nuttalli, or artemisia) which inhabits the arid regions of Western North America and lives among sagebrush. By recent writers it is considered to be merely a variety of the common cottontail, or wood rabbit. Sage hen (Zo["o]l.), the female of the sage grouse. Sage sparrow (Zo["o]l.), a small sparrow (Amphispiza Belli, var. Nevadensis) which inhabits the dry plains of the Rocky Mountain region, living among sagebrush. Sage thrasher (Zo["o]l.), a singing bird (Oroscoptes montanus) which inhabits the sagebrush plains of Western North America. Sage willow (Bot.), a species of willow (Salix tristis) forming a low bush with nearly sessile grayish green leaves.

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- Artem (Ukrainian: Арте́м, romanized: Artém, pronounced [ɐrˈtɛm]) is a common Ukrainian male given name, it is not to be confused with the similar Russian...
- Artem Lobov (Russian: Артём Лобов; born August 11, 1986) is a Russian-Irish mixed martial artist and boxer who previously competed in the featherweight...
- Artem Vladimirovich Chigvintsev (Russian: Артём Влади́мирович Чи́гвинцев; born 12 June 1982) is a Russian-American professional dancer, specialising in...
- Дзюба, IPA: [ɐˈrtʲɵm sʲɪrˈɡʲe(j)ɪvʲɪtɕ ˈdzʲubə], translated commonly as Artem Dzyuba; born 22 August 1988) is a Russian professional footballer who plays...
- Artem Dalakian (Ukrainian: Артем Далакян; born 10 August 1987) is an Ukrainian professional boxer of Armenian descent who is the current WBA flyweight...
- well as the Russian national football team. On 3 April 2018, Khabib and Artem Lobov had a minor altercation, in which Nurmagomedov cornered Lobov. Lobov...
- 9 goals Eran Zahavi 6 goals Marko Arnautović Harry Kane Raheem Sterling Artem Dzyuba 5 goals Teemu Pukki Serge Gnabry Cristiano Ronaldo Claudiu Keșerü...
- Artem Valeryevich Markelov (Russian: Артём Вале́рьевич Марке́лов, IPA: [ɐrˈtʲɵm vɐˈlʲerʲɪvʲɪtɕ mɐrˈkʲɛləf], born 10 September 1994) is a Russian racing...
- Artem Pustovyi (Ukrainian: Артем Пустовий, born June 25, 1992) is a Ukrainian professional basketball player for Barcelona of the Spanish Liga ACB and...
- Artem Olegovich Surkov (Russian: Артём Олегович Сурков; born 15 October 1993 in Mordovia) is a Russian Greco-Roman wrestler. Senior World Champion. He...
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