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Definition of the noun knotgrass

What does knotgrass mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: knotgrasses

  1. low-growing weedy grass with spikelets along the leaf stems

Alternative definition of the noun knotgrass

noun

  1. An annual plant, Polygonum aviculare, found in fields and wasteland

Character

Knotgrass is a fictional character from the 2014 film Maleficent.

Phrases with Knotgrass

  1. Knotgrass Panicum
  2. Large Knotgrass
  3. German Knotgrass

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Google previewEnvironmental History of the Hudson River (2011)

Human Uses that Changed the Ecology, Ecology that Changed Human Uses by Robert E. Henshaw

Known in Europe as bistort, or “bistorta” in seventeenth-century contexts, knotweed/knotgrass is a worldwide genus that, like bedstraw, shares common chemical and medicinal properties between diverse European and American species ...

Google previewAquatic and Riparian Weeds of the West (2003)

Knotgrass: Mat-forming perennial to 0.6 m tall, with creeping rhizomes and stolons. Knotgrass is a widespread native of the Americas and elsewhere. It is a good forage grass and is useful for controlling erosion ...

Google previewLockhart & Wiseman’s Crop Husbandry Including Grassland (2014)

by Steve Finch, Alison Samuel, Gerry P. Lane

Knotgrass is the first to germinate; it has narrow cotyledons in the shape of a 'V';. All the polygonums seedlings have a red stem. They are important for in-field biodiversity. Mayweeds (Fig. 5.13c) germinate in most months, although spring is ...

Google previewCompendium of Herbal Plants (2006)

by H. Panda

Knotgrass is a common spreading weed of waste places, roadsides, arable landandrockyseashores throughout theBritish Isles, where it is native. Itis also widespread on the Continent. The generic name, Polygonum, has the same origin as ...

Google previewBuilding Plans for Poultrymen and Practical Methods of Poultry Raising (1920)

by Herbert Virgil Tormohlen

Knotgrass (Polygonum aviculare). Common Knotgrass is an exceedingly abundant plant, but one which is almost always overlooked. This is a pity, for although it is sometimes a troublesome weed, it is nevertheless useful for many purposes.

Google previewWeeds of California and Other Western States (2007)

Knotgrass: Mat-forming perennial to 0.6 m tall, with creeping rhizomes and stolons. Knotgrass is a widespread native of the Americas and elsewhere. It is a good forage grass and is useful for controlling erosion in ditches and canal Dallisgrass ...

Google previewThe Juvenile instructor and companion (1869)

The knotgrass is a useful little plant, for thousands of birds are nourished by its seeds and young shoots, and there is a caterpillar peculiarly attached to it which ...

Google previewA Complete and Universal English Dictionary (1824)

Including Not Only an Explanation of Difficult Words and Technical Terms in All Faculties and Professions ... To which are Added, a Chronological Series of Remarkable Events ... by James Barclay, William Shorton

KNOTGRASS, ». a plant with white flowers, in naked whorls, and trailing stems, found in wet pastures in Cornwall ; also a kind of snakeweed. The German knotgrass is a species of the scleranthus of Linneus. KNOTSFORD, a town in Cheshire, ...

Google previewBarclay's Universal English Dictionary, etc. (The Improved London Edition of Barclay's Dictionary, superbly embellished.) With maps (1835)

by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.), Thomas Noble, William SHORTON

The German knotgrass is a species of the scleranthus of Linneus. KNO'TSFORD, a town in Cheshire, ...

Google previewBarclay's English Dictionary. With which is incorporated a complete modern gazetteer, a beautiful atlas of maps and also a pronouncing dictionary (1822)

by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.), William SHORTON

The German knotgrass is a species of the scleranthus of Linneus. KNO'TSFORD, a town in Cheshire, ...

Google previewShakespeare's Plants and Gardens: A Dictionary (2014)

by Vivian Thomas, Nicki Faircloth

knotgrass Polygonum aviculare L. is not a grass ...

Google previewFocloir guoidilge-sucs-beurlu, or, An Irish-English dictionary (1849)

by Thomas De Vere Coneys

common knotgrass. Polygonum. SlujOeAC 6eAjt5, s.f. spotted knotgrass. Polygonum persicaria.

Google previewAn analytical dictionary of the English language, in which the words are explained in the order of their natural affinity, independent of alphabetical arrangement ... (1836)

by David Booth

Swinegrass is a wayfaring prostrate annual, otherwise called Knotgrass, on account of the number of joints on its creeping stems. It is the Polygonum aviculare of the Botanists, and, probably, the species that gave the denomination to the ...

Google previewAn analytical dictionary of the English language (1835)

by David Booth

Swinegrass is a wayfaring prostrate annual, otherwise called Knotgrass, on account of the number of joints on its creeping stems. It is the Polygonum aviculare of the Botanists, and, probably, the species that gave the denomination to the ...

Google previewAn Analytical Dictionary of the English Language in which the words are explained in the order of their natural affinity, independent of alphabetical arrangement, and the signification of each is traced from its etymology ... To which are added, an introduction, containing a new grammar of the language, and an alphabetical index, etc (1835)

by David BOOTH (Author of the Analytical Dictionary.)

\ Swmscmss is a Wayfaring prostrate annual, otherwise called KNOTGRASS, on ...

Google previewDictionary of Early English (1955)

by Joseph T. Shipley

knotgrass. A plant, of interbranched and knotted creeping stems, with tiny pink and crimson flowers. It was used- particularly ...

Google previewDictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English (1904)

Containing Words from the English Writers Previous to the Nineteenth Century which are No Longer in Use, Or are Not Used in the Same Sense. And Words which are Now Used Only in the Provincial Dialects

Knotgrass. Ger.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Magickal Ingredients (2005)

A Wiccan Guide to Spellcasting by Lexa Rosean

Knotgrass. RULER: Saturn TYPE: plant MAGICKAL FORM: dried Use this plant to hex an enemy. Stuff some inside a black voodoo doll and bury it at midnight on a dark moon. Kola Nut RULER: Mercury TYPE: plant MAGICKAL FORM: ...

Google previewLondon encyclopaedia; or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature and practical mechanics (1829)

comprising a popular view of the present state of knowledge by Thomas Tegg

KNOTGRASS, n. s. Knot and grass : polygonum. A plant. You minimus of hindering knotgrass made. Shakspeare. KNOUT, a punishment inflicted in Russia, with a kind of whip called knout, and. made of a long strap of leather prepared for this ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, and Plants, Most Commonly Cultivated in the Plantations, Gardens, and Stoves, of Great-Britain, Etc (1790)

by Charles BRYANT (Naturalist)

--_-Sj>an£/h Mountain Knotgrass. Green-house. 2. Suffmttcosisum. Somewhat shrubby ; the stalks procumbent.

Google previewChembers 21 Century Dictionary

by Allied

knotgrass and knotweed c» noun an annual plant which is widespread throughout most of Europe. It has slender branched stems that bear small narrow leaves and tiny white or pink flowers. knothole e» noun a hole left in a piece of wood ...

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Small photo of knotgrass on white (+clipping path, high resolution)Small photo of Polygonum aviculare or Common Knotgrass, also called birdweed, pigweed and lowgrass - an illustration from the book "In the wake of Robinson Crusoe", Moscow, USSR, 1946. Artist Petr PastukhovSmall photo of Knotweed, knotgrass, bistort, tear-thumb, mile-a-minute, ars-smerte - Poligonum fugopyrum - an illustration of the encyclopedia publishers Education, St. Petersburg, Russian Empire, 1896Small photo of Frozen fresh beautiful flower of knotgrass and air bubbles in the ice cubeSmall photo of Frozen fresh beautiful flower of knotgrass and air bubbles in the ice cubeSmall photo of Knotgrass, Polygonum aviculareSmall photo of Knotgrass, Polygonum aviculare More...

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Knotgrass Meaning

Video shows what knotgrass means. An annual plant, Polygonum aviculare, found in fields and wasteland. Knotgrass Meaning. How to pronounce, definition ...

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