Definition of Butterbur. Meaning of Butterbur. Synonyms of Butterbur

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Definition of Butterbur

Butterbur
Butterbur But"ter*bur`, n. (Bot.) A broad-leaved plant (Petasites vulgaris) of the Composite family, said to have been used in England for wrapping up pats of butter.

Meaning of Butterbur from wikipedia

- in the sunflower family, Asteraceae, that are commonly referred to as butterburs and coltsfoots. They are perennial plants with thick, creeping underground...
- other Men of Bree, Butterbur's surname is taken from a plant—the herbaceous perennial Petasites hybridus. Tolkien described the butterbur as "a fleshy plant...
- Petasites ****onicus, also known as butterbur, giant butterbur, great butterbur and sweet-coltsfoot, is an herbaceous perennial plant in the family Asteraceae...
- Petasites hybridus, the butterbur, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the daisy family Asteraceae, native to Europe and northern Asia. The species...
- Butterbur is the common name of several plants in the genus Petasites. Butterbur may also refer to: Barliman Butterbur, a character in The Lord of the...
- frequency. Among alternative medicines, butterbur has the best evidence for its use. However, unprocessed butterbur contains chemicals called pyrrolizidine...
- name is traditionally analysed as a tripartite compound of kor or koro ("butterbur plant"), pok ("under, below"), and kur or kuru ("person") and interpreted...
- Saruman is also expanded with a fight sequence. The role of Barliman Butterbur at the Prancing Pony is largely removed for time and dramatic flow. In...
- and the Master of Lake-town's conniving servant. Betsy Butterbur, a relative of Barliman Butterbur from The Fellowship of the Ring, appears as a barmaid...
- they were given a decoction of the endodermis of alder and the roots of butterburs to discharge impurities. Children were raised almost naked until about...
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