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Definition of the noun rampion

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noun - plural: rampions

  1. bellflower of Europe and Asia and North Africa having bluish flowers and an edible tuberous root used with the leaves in salad

Alternative definition of the noun rampion

noun

  1. Any of several flowering plants of the genus Phyteuma, within the family Campanulaceae.

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Phrases with Rampion

  1. rampion bellflower
  2. Rampion Mignonette
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Google previewThe Vegetable Cultivator, Containing a ... Description of All ... Culinary Vegetables. ... Together with a Description of the Physical Herbs in General Use; Also Some Recollections of the Life of P. Miller (1839)

by John ROGERS (Nurseryman)

Rampion is a native of this country, and of several other parts of Europe. It has a long spindle-shaped root of a whitish cast: the leaves grow close to the ground, till the stem shoots up into blossom about two feet high, in which state its bunches ...

Google previewThe Vegetable Cultivation (1839)

by John Rogers

Rampion is a native of this country, and of several other parts of Europe. It has a long spindle-shaped root of a whitish cast : the leaves grow close to the ground, till the stem shoots up into blossom about two feet high, in which state its bunches ...

Google previewThe Vegetable Cultivator ... Second Edition (1843)

by John ROGERS (Nurseryman)

Rampion is a native of this country, and of several other parts of Europe. It has a long spindle-shaped root of a whitish cast: the leaves grow close to the ground, till the stem shoots up into blossom about two feet high, in which state its bunches ...

Google previewD. H. Lawrence: Dying Game 1922-1930 (1998)

The Cambridge Biography of D. H. Lawrence by David Ellis

Mark Rampion is a painter/ writer of working- class origins married to an aristocratic German ...

Google previewA Plain and Easy Introduction to the Knowledge and Practice of Gardening (1813)

With Hints on Fish-ponds by Charles Marshall

RAMPION is a sallad And culinary root, in but ...

Google previewMediterranean Vegetables (2012)

A Cook's Compendium of All the Vegetables from the World's Healthiest Cuisine, with More Than 200 Recipes by Clifford A. Wright

PLANT CHARACTERISTICS AND VARIETIES Rampion is a biennial European bellflower ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Scientific Terms and Technological Expressions by W. M. Buchanan (1869)

by W. M. Buchanan

The horned rampion is the British type. PHYTEL'EPHAs. The Tagua plant: a genus inhabiting America. Name from çvrova, a plant, and exspar, an elephant, in allusion to the great size of its fruit, the milk of which hardens into a sub stance like ...

Google previewTechnological Dictionary (1846)

Explaining the Terms of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Professions, and Trades by W. M. Buchanan

The horned rampion is the British type. PHYTEL' Ephas. The Tagua plant: a genus inhabiting America. Name from zvrova, a plant, ...

Google previewGrimm's Fairy Tales (2009)

by Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimm, Scott McKowen

*Rampion is a flowering plant native to Europe and Western Asia that has edible roots. *An ell is a unit of ...

Google previewLondon Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)

Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge

Rampion is a plant whose tender roots are eaten in the spring, like those of radishes. Mortimer. RAMPOOR, a city and extensive district of Hindostan, situated on the banks of the Soosey or Cossila River. It contains the palace of the nabob ...

Google previewR-Z (1904)

Although Rampion is a biennial plant it ...

Google previewCyclopedia of American horticulture (1904)

comprising suggestions for cultivation of horticultural plants, descriptions of the species of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants sold in the United States and Canada, together with geographical and biographical sketches, and a synopsis of the vegetable kingdom by Liberty Hyde Bailey

Although Rampion is a biennial plant it sometimes runs to seed the first year, especially if the seed be sown early. It is, therefore, sometimes advisable to postpone seed - sosving until June. For botanical description, see Campanula.

Google previewCyclopedia of American Agriculture: Farm and community (1902)

by Liberty Hyde Bailey

Although Rampion is a biennial plant it sometimes runs to seed the first year, especially if the seed be sown early. It is. therefore. sometimes advisable to postpone seed - sowing until June. For botanical description, see Cnmpmmla. BAMPION ...

Google previewCyclopedia of American Horticulture, Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation of Horticultural Plants, Descriptions of the Species of Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers and Ornamental Plants Sold in the United States and Canada: R-Z (1910)

by Liberty Hyde Bailey

Although Rampion is a biennial plant it sometimes runs to seed the first year, especially if the seed be sown early. It is, therefore, sometimes advisable to postpone seed -sowing until June. For botanical description, see Campanula. HAMPTON ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1818)

In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations by Examples from the Best Writers. To which are Prefixed a History of the Language, and an English Grammar by Samuel Johnson

Rampion is a plant, whose tender roots are eaten in the spring, like those of radishes. ..Mortimer. RA' Msons. n. s. [allium ursinum sylvestre.]. An herb. Ainsworth. RAN. preterite of run.

Google previewCyclopedia of American Horticulture, Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation of Horticultural Plants, Descriptions of the Species of Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers and Ornamental Plants Sold in the United States and Canada, Together with Geographical and Biographical Sketches (1909)

by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller

Although Rampion is a biennial plant it sometimes runs to seed the first year, especially if the seed be sown early. It is, therefore, sometimes advisable to postpone seed - sowing until June. For botanical description, see Campanula. BAMPION ...

Google previewCountry-side (1907)

A Wildlife Magazine

Rampion, scolymus, and skirret are also tuberous-rooted plants, which may be grown and cooked in the same way as the vegetables just mentioned. Rampion is a campanula, a native ...

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

RAMPALLIAN–RAMPION. RAMPALLIAN, n. rām-pāl'yān, or RAMPALL'ION, -yin [ prov. F. rambal, confused noise: comp. Scot. rallion, a clattering noise]: in OE., a coarse, vulgar person; a mean creature; a scamp: see RAPSCALLION.

Google previewDictionary of Plant Lore (2007)

by D.C. Watts

Rampion Bellflower 313 Ramsons decoctions of the whole plant in water would have been used. Bruises were treated with the bruised leaves in lard as an ointment (Egan). Jacobaea is the specific name, and so we find book names like ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopedia: A dictionary of universal knowledge for the people (1874)

RAMPION {Campanula rapunculus; see Campanula), a perennial plant, a native of Europe, rare in England, with a stem about two feet high, and a panicle of very pretty pale-blue bell-shaped flowers. The radical leaves are ovato-lanceolate ...

Google previewA Hand-book, Or, Concise Dictionary of Terms Used in the Arts and Sciences (1825)

by Walter Hamilton (M.R.A.S.)

RAMPION. In Botany, rapunculus. ral History, a genus of amphibious reptiles. RANA BUFO. toad. RANA cATESBEIANA. The Wirginian bull-frog. RANA Escu LENTA. The esculent ...

Google previewThe Routledge Dictionary of Pronunciation for Current English (2017)

by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.

li rampart BR 'rampd:t, -S AM raem, part, -S rampion BR 'rampion, -Z AM raempion, -Z Rampton BR 'ram(p)ton AM raem(p)t(o )n ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the British Novel (2015)

by Victoria Gaydosik

Rampion is basedonthe novelistD.H. Lawrence, one of the mostcontroversial authors inthecanonof 20thcenturyBritish fiction. Huxley presents Lawrence asa voice of reason whoalso appreciates the sensual and passionate aspects ofhuman ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Gardening (2012)

by Walter P. Wright

Rampion (s) ,, Lemon {p} Rosemary (p) Wormwood (p) ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1825)

Phyteuma orbicularis, or round-headed horned rampion : root-leaves cordate- toothed ; stem-leaves linear, quite entire; head roundish; leaves serrate; root- leaves cordate. The long woody root branches near the surface into several divisions, ...

Google previewThe New standard encyclopedia (1907)

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

Rampion, Campanula Rapunculus, a plant of the natural order Campanidacca, or bell worts, ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopaedia (1868)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People

RAMPION (Campanula rapunculus; see Cam- panxtla), a perennial plant, a native of Europe, rare in England, with a stem about two feet high, and a panicle of very pretty pale-blue bell-shaped flowers. The radical leaves are ovato- lanceolate ...

Google previewThe Illustrated Dictionary of Gardening (1901)

A Practical and Scientific Encyclopedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by George Nicholson

Rampion, Salsafy, Shallots, Sorrel, and Watercress, all of which are more or less appreciated. S. atrosanguinea (dark red). The correct name of this is .

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis (1825)

by John Wilkes

Phyteuma orbicularis, or round-headed horned rampion : root-leaves Cordate- toothed 5 stem-leaves linear, quite entire; head roundish; leaves serrate; root- leaves cordate. Thelong woody root branches near the surface into several divisions, ...

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Small photo of Wild flower Round-headed Rampion, scarce nationally UK but common on Sussex chalk downland. County flower of Sussex.Small photo of Alpine flora: round-headed rampion (Phyteuma orbiculare) found over 2000 meter over sea level in Dolomites Alps, ItalySmall photo of Wild flower Round-headed Rampion, scarce nationally UK but common on Sussex chalk downland. County flower of Sussex.Small photo of rampion flowerheadsSmall photo of Alpine flora collage (from top left: Valeriana montana, Alpine Sweetvetch, Black Vanilla Orchid, Golden Hawksbeard, Edelweiss, round-headed rampion, Turk's cap lily, common bistort, Alpenrose)Small photo of Black rampion (Phyteuma nigrum)Small photo of Wild flower Round-headed Rampion, scarce nationally UK but common on Sussex chalk downland. County flower of Sussex. More...

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Rampion Meaning

Video shows what rampion means. A species a bellflower with roots and leaves formerly used in salads, Campanula rapunculus. Any of several flowering plants ...

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The value of this 7-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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