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A arvensis
Pimpernel Pim"per*nel, n. [F. pimprenelle; cf. Sp. pimpinela, It. pimpinella; perh. from LL. bipinnella, for bipinnula two-winged, equiv. to L. bipennis; bis twice + penna feather, wing. Cf. Pen a feather.] (Bot.) A plant of the genus Anagallis, of which one species (A. arvensis) has small flowers, usually scarlet, but sometimes purple, blue, or white, which speedily close at the approach of bad weather. Water pimpernel. (Bot.) See Brookweed.
Alauda arvensis
Lark Lark, n. [OE. larke, laverock, AS. l[=a]werce; akin to D. leeuwerik, LG. lewerke, OHG. l?rahha, G. lerche, Sw. l["a]rka, Dan. lerke, Icel. l[ae]virki.] (Zo["o]l.) Any one numerous species of singing birds of the genus Alauda and allied genera (family Alaudid[ae]). They mostly belong to Europe, Asia, and Northern Africa. In America they are represented by the shore larks, or horned by the shore larks, or horned larks, of the genus Otocoris. The true larks have holaspidean tarsi, very long hind claws, and usually, dull, sandy brown colors. Note: The European skylark, or lark of the poets (Alauda arvensis), is of a brown mottled color, and is noted for its clear and sweet song, uttered as it rises and descends almost perpendicularly in the air. It is considered a table delicacy, and immense numbers are killed for the markets. Other well-known European species are the crested, or tufted, lark (Alauda cristata), and the wood lark (A. arborea). The pipits, or titlarks, of the genus Anthus (family Motacillid[ae]) are often called larks. See Pipit. The American meadow larks, of the genus Sturnella, are allied to the starlings. See Meadow Lark. The Australian bush lark is Mirafra Horsfieldii. See Shore lark. Lark bunting (Zo["o]l.), a fringilline bird (Calamospiza melanocorys) found on the plains of the Western United States. Lark sparrow (Zo["o]l.), a sparrow (Chondestes grammacus), found in the Mississippi Valley and the Western United States.
Alauda arvensis
Skylark Sky"lark`, n. (Zo["o]l.) A lark that mounts and sings as it files, especially the common species (Alauda arvensis) found in Europe and in some parts of Asia, and celebrated for its melodious song; -- called also sky laverock. See under Lark. Note: The Australian skylark (Cincloramphus cantillans) is a pipit which has the habit of ascending perpendicularly like a skylark, but it lacks the song of a true lark. The Missouri skylark is a pipit (Anthus Spraguei) of the Western United States, resembling the skylark in habit and song.
Anthemis arvensis
Oxeye Ox"eye`, n. [Ox + eye.] 1. (Bot.) (a) The oxeye daisy. See under Daisy. (b) The corn camomile (Anthemis arvensis). (c) A genus of composite plants (Buphthalmum) with large yellow flowers. 2. (Zo["o]l.) (a) A titmouse, especially the great titmouse (Parus major) and the blue titmouse (P. c[oe]ruleus). [Prov. Eng.] (b) The dunlin. (c) A fish; the bogue, or box. Creeping oxeye (Bot.) a West Indian composite plant (Wedelia carnosa). Seaside oxeye (Bot.), a West Indian composite shrub (Borrichia arborescens).
C arvensis
Bindweed Bind"weed`, n. (Bot.) A plant of the genus Convolvulus; as, greater bindweed (C. Sepium); lesser bindweed (C. arvensis); the white, the blue, the Syrian, bindweed. The black bryony, or Tamus, is called black bindweed, and the Smilax aspera, rough bindweed. The fragile bindweed bells and bryony rings. --Tennyson.
Convolvulus arvensis
Withwind With"wind`, n. [AS. wi[eth]owinde.] (Bot.) A kind of bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis). He bare a burden ybound with a broad list, In a withewyndes wise ybounden about. --Piers Plowman.
Convolvulus arvensis
Bearbind Bear"bind`, n. (Bot.) The bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis).
Convolvulus arvensis
Cornbind Corn"bind` (k?rn"b?nd`), n. (Bot.) A weed that binds stalks of corn, as Convolvulus arvensis, Polygonum Convolvulus. [Prov. Eng.]
D arvensis
Wheat sawfly Wheat sawfly (a) A small European sawfly (Cephus pygm[ae]us) whose larva does great injury to wheat by boring in the stalks. (b) Any of several small American sawflies of the genus Dolerus, as D. sericeus and D. arvensis, whose larv[ae] injure the stems or heads of wheat. (c) Pachynematus extensicornis, whose larv[ae] feed chiefly on the blades of wheat; -- called also grass sawfly.
Mentha arvensis
Note: Corn mint is Mentha arvensis. Horsemint is M. sylvestris, and in the United States Monarda punctata, which differs from the true mints in several respects. Mountain mint is any species of the related genus Pycnanthemum, common in North America. Peppermint is M. piperita. Spearmint is M. viridis. Water mint is M. aquatica. Mint camphor. (Chem.) See Menthol. Mint julep. See Julep. Mint sauce, a sauce flavored with spearmint, for meats.
Ononis arvensis
Rest-harrow Rest"-har`row (-h?r`r?), n. (Bot.) A European leguminous plant (Ononis arvensis) with long, tough roots.
Sherardia arvensis
Madder Mad"der, n. [OE. mader, AS. m[ae]dere; akin to Icel. ma?ra.] (Bot.) A plant of the Rubia (R. tinctorum). The root is much used in dyeing red, and formerly was used in medicine. It is cultivated in France and Holland. See Rubiaceous. Note: Madder is sometimes used in forming pigments, as lakes, etc., which receive their names from their colors; as. madder yellow. Field madder, an annual European weed (Sherardia arvensis) resembling madder. Indian madder, the East Indian Rubia cordifolia, used in the East for dyeing; -- called also munjeet. Wild madder, Rubia peregrina of Europe; also the Galium Mollugo, a kind of bedstraw.
Spergula arvensis
Spurry Spur"ry, n. [D. or OF. spurrie; cf. G. spergel, NL. spergula.] (Bot.) An annual herb (Spergula arvensis) with whorled filiform leaves, sometimes grown in Europe for fodder. [Written also spurrey.] Sand spurry (Bot.), any low herb of the genus Lepigonum, mostly found in sandy places.

Meaning of Arvensis from wikipedia

- Arvensis, a Latin adjective meaning in the fields, is the specific epithet of the following: Acinos arvensis, the basil thyme, a species of plant of the...
- Mentha arvensis by some authors as two varieties, M. arvensis var. glabrata Fernald (North American plants such as American Wild Mint) and M. arvensis var...
- Anagallis arvensis (syn. Lysimachia arvensis), commonly known as the scarlet pimpernel, red pimpernel, red chickweed, poor man's barometer, poor man's...
- varieties of Convolvulus arvensis, although he also recognised a number of species now also reduced to synonyms of C. arvensis. Over time, most or all...
- M. arvensis may refer to: Mentha arvensis, the field mint, the wild mint or the corn mint, a plant species with a cir****boreal distribution Myosotis arvensis...
- Charlock (Sinapis arvensis L.)". Plant Physiol. 58 (5): 626–630. doi:10.1104/pp.58.5.626. PMC 542271. PMID 16659732. "Sinapis arvensis L. is an accepted...
- Anthemis arvensis subsp. arvensis Anthemis arvensis subsp. cyllenea (Halácsy) R.Fern. Anthemis arvensis subsp. incr****ata (Loisel.) Nyman Anthemis arvensis subsp...
- Agaricus arvensis, commonly known as the horse mushroom, is a mushroom of the genus Agaricus. It was described as Agaricus arvensis by Jacob Christian...
- Flowerheads Illustration The Plant List, Sonchus arvensis L. Sonchus arvensis at Plants For A ****ure "Sonchus arvensis". Natural Resources Conservation Service...
- Myosotis arvensis or field forget-me-not is a herbaceous annual to short lived perennial flowering plant in the family Boraginaceae. Clive Stace describes...