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Definition of the noun lovage

What does lovage mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: lovages

  1. herb native to southern Europe; cultivated for its edible stalks and foliage and seeds
  2. stalks eaten like celery or candied like angelica; seeds used for flavoring or pickled like capers
    • lexical domain: Foods & Drinks - nouns denoting foods and drinks
    • more generic word: herb = aromatic potherb used in cookery for its savory qualities
    • part of: Levisticum officinale = herb native to southern Europe

Alternative definition of the noun lovage

noun

  1. A perennial Mediterranean herb, with green flowers.

Group

Lovage is a collaborative project headed by Dan the Automator, under his pseudonym "Nathaniel Merriweather". The album is called Music to Make Love to Your Old Lady By, which was created in team with Mike Patton and Jennifer Charles, who both provide vocals. Kid Koala plays turntables and samples and toured with the band for their 13-city U.S. tour.

Phrases with Lovage

  1. black lovage
  2. Alpine Lovage
  3. Garden Lovage
  4. Canby's Lovage
  5. Porter's Wild Lovage

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Lovage

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Google previewFlorida's Best Herbs and Spices (2010)

Native and Exotic Plants Grown for Scent and Flavor by Charles R. Boning

PLANT DESCRIPTION Lovage is a short-lived perennial herb capable of attaining a height of more than 7 feet under ideal conditions. In Florida, it is typically less than half this tall. It is a stout plant, bearing some resemblance to angelica ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Herbs (2009)

A Comprehensive Reference to Herbs of Flavor and Fragrance by Thomas DeBaggio, Arthur O. Tucker

Given the proper nourishment and moisture, lovage is a giant plant with flowering stalks towering to over 6 feet (1.8 m) high. The dark green, shiny leaves are finely cut, and in late June or early July a large stalk with yellow flowers appears.

Google previewHerbs of the Bible (2003)

by Allan A. Swenson

Plant Profile Lovage is a perennial herb with hollow stems that are ribbed like celery stems and divide into branches near the top. The plant can grow up to 5 feet tall. Leaves are dark green, opposite, and compound and glossy. They decrease ...

Google previewA Profile of Economic Plants (1987)

by John C. Roecklein, Ping Sun Leung

61, 220 Summary : Lovage is an herb of southern European origin. Its blanched leaves are eaten as vegetables, and its fruit is ...

Google previewHerbal Delights - Tisanes, Syrups, Confections, Electuaries, Robs, Juleps, Vinegars, and Conserves (2016)

by C. F. Leyel

Scotch Lovage is a different species from the Levisticum officinale. It is used in the Hebrides as a vegetable and is eaten raw as a salad and called 'Shunis'. If taken fasting it is said to act as a prophylactic against infectious complaints.

Google previewNorth American Cornucopia (2013)

Top 100 Indigenous Food Plants by Ernest Small

Scotch lovage is a perennial clump-forming herb 15–90 cm (0.5–3 feet) tall, the aboveground portion dying back to ground level by winter. It has a robust, hollow, angled, and branched stem, and large, long-stalked, divided leaves with glossy ...

Google previewDiary of Ancient Rites, A Guide For The Serious Practitioner (2006)

by Melissa Anderson

Lovage is a catch all herb. It is used ...

Google previewNatural Beauty From The Garden (1999)

More Than 200 Do-It-Yourself Beauty Recipes & Garden Ideas by Janice Cox

Lovage: Lovage is a celery-scented herb with dark green leaves. It has cleansing and deodorizing properties. The seeds, leaves, and roots may be steeped in boiling water for a refreshing body wash. An effective antiperspirant can be made ...

Google previewConceiving Healthy Babies (2014)

An Herbal Guide to Support Preconception, Pregnancy and Lactation by Dawn Combs

Lovage is a perennial herb that can be swapped for. Maca is a nutritive tonic for 214 Conceiving Healthy Babies.

Google previewReader's Digest Health Secrets (2015)

The Best Remedies from Around the World by Editors at Reader's Digest

Lovage is an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial herb with diuretic properties. Pour a cup of boiling water over two teaspoons of minced, dried root, steep for 10 minutes, then strain and drink. ☆ Nettle is a natural diuretic. Take it as a tea, made ...

Google previewUrban Homesteading (2011)

Heirloom Skills for Sustainable Living by Rachel Kaplan, K. Ruby Blume

Lovage is a perennial herb that tastes a bit like celery and is flavorful in soups and stews. The tree collard is a perennial brassica that's easily propagated from a branch of an existing plant, or from seed. You can eat long and well from a tree ...

Google previewBrewers Journal (1922)

Lavage: Lovage is a perennial herb extensively cultivated in the South of Europe for its aromatic roots and fruit. An essential oil is obtained by distilling the roots, the yield being under one per cent (1%). The fresh herb and the fruit also contain ...

Google previewCrops (1917)

by Liberty Hyde Bailey

Lovage is an old garden plant introduced from Europe, and is grown as a crop in certain parts of the West and in New England by the Shakers. It is easily propagated either by root division or by seeds, but since the seeds grow so readily it is ...

Google previewCyclopedia of American Agriculture: Crops (1911)

by Liberty Hyde Bailey

Lovage is an old garden plant introduced from Europe, and is grown as a crop in certain parts of the West and in New England by the Shakers. It is easily propagated either by root division or by seeds, but since the seeds grow so readily it is ...

Google previewCyclopedia of American Agriculture (1917)

A Popular Survey of Agricultural Conditions, Practices and Ideals in the United States and Canada by Liberty Hyde Bailey

Lovage is an old garden plant introduced from Europe, and is grown as a crop in certain parts of the West and in New England by the Shakers. It is easily propagated either by root division or by seeds, but since the seeds grow so readily it is ...

Google previewCyclopedia of farm crops (1922)

a popular survey of crops and crop-making methods in the United States and Canada by Liberty Hyde Bailey

Lovage is an old garden plant introduced from Europe, and is grown as a crop in certain parts of the West and in New England by the Shakers. It is easily propagated either by root division or by seeds, but since the seeds grow so readily it is ...

Google previewThe Anglo-American Encyclopedia and Dictionary: Encyclopedia department (A-Z) (1904)

Common lovage is a native of the S. of Europe, with ternate decompound leaves, and obovate, wedge-shaped leaflets. It is sometimes cultivated in gardens, and, notwithstanding its strong and peculiar odor, is used as a salad plant. Its roots ...

Google previewThe Victory Garden Cookbook (1982)

by Marian Morash

Lovage is an unusual oldfashioned herb, much more popular years ago than now. It looks and tastes like celery. Lovage seeds must be planted when they are ripe, so it is easier to start with plants. One plant is probably all you'll need, hccaiise ...

Google previewThe New standard encyclopedia (1907)

by William A. Colledge, Nathan Haskell Dole, George Jotham Hagar

Common lovage is a native of the S. of Europe, with ternate decompound leaves, and obovate, wedge-shaped leaflets. It is sometimes cultivated in gardens, and, notwithstanding its strong and peculiar odor, is used as a salad plant. Its roots ...

Google previewThe New American Comprehensive Encyclopedia (1907)

A Complete Encyclopedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Biography, Geography and General Literature ...

Common lovage is a native of the S. of Europe, with ternate decompound leaves, and obovate, wedge-shaped leaflets. It is sometimes cultivated in gardens, and, notwithstanding its strong and peculiar odor, is used as a salad plant. Its roots ...

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Scrabble value of L1O1V4A1G2E1

The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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