Definition of Spurge. Meaning of Spurge. Synonyms of Spurge

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Definition of Spurge

Spurge
Spurge Spurge, v. t. [Etymol. uncertain.] To emit foam; to froth; -- said of the emission of yeast from beer in course of fermentation. [Obs.] --W. Cartright.

Meaning of Spurge from wikipedia

- very large and diverse genus of flowering plants, commonly called spurge, in the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae). "Euphorbia" is sometimes used in ordinary...
- Euphorbia lathyris, the caper spurge or paper spurge, is a species of spurge native to southern Europe (Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal), northwest Africa...
- Euphorbia myrsinites, the myrtle spurge, blue spurge, or broad-leaved glaucous-spurge, is a succulent species of the spurge (family Euphorbiaceae). The plant...
- The Euphorbiaceae are a large family, the spurge family, of flowering plants. In common English, they are sometimes called euphorbias, which is also the...
- Euphorbia resinifera, the resin spurge, is a species of spurge native to Morocco, where it occurs on the slopes of the Atlas Mountains. The dried latex...
- Leafy spurge may refer to several species of plant in the genus Euphorbia, including: Euphorbia esula Euphorbia virgata...
- Euphorbia esula, commonly known as green spurge or leafy spurge, is a species of spurge native to central and southern Europe (north to England, the Netherlands...
- Euphorbia helioscopia, the sun spurge, is a species of flowering plant in the spurge family Euphorbiaceae. It is a herbaceous annual plant, native to...
- snow-on-the-mountain, smoke-on-the-prairie, variegated spurge, or whitemargined spurge) is a small annual in the spurge family. It is native to parts of temperate...
- Euphorbia lactea is a species of spurge native to tropical Asia, mainly in India. It is an erect shrub growing up to 5 metres (16 ft) tall, with succulent...
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