Basil

Basil - shortened from Basil Fawlty - is London Cockney rhyming slang for forty pounds.
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Basil

[name] The name Basil (əl; royal, kingly; has origins from the male Greek name Vassilios (Βασίλειος, female version Bασιλική) which first appeared during the Hellenistic period. It is derived from "basileus" (βασιλεύς) a Greek word of pre-Hellenic origin meaning "king", from which words such as basilica and basilisk
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Basil

A widely used herb of the mint family. Great in tomato sauces, pesto, and vinaigrettes.
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basil

[n] - any of several Old World tropical aromatic annual or perennial herbs of the genus Ocimum 2. [n] - leaves or the common basil
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Basil

Bark tanned pickled sheepskins. (1)
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Basil

Bas'il (băz'ĭl) noun [ Confer French basile and English Bezel .] The slope or angle to which the cutting edge of a tool, as a plane, is ground. Grier.
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Basil

Bas'il transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Basiled ; present participle & verbal noun Basiling .] To grind or form the edge of to an angle. Moxon.
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Basil

Bas'il noun [ French basilic , from Latin basilicus royal, Greek basiliko`s from basiley`s king.] (Botany) The name given to several aromatic herbs of the Mint family, but chiefly to the common or sweet basil ( Ocymum basilicum ), and the bush basil, or
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Basil

Bas'il (băz'ĭl) noun [ Corrupt. from English basan , French basane , Late Latin basanium , bazana , from Arabic bithāna , prop., lining.] The skin of a sheep tanned with bark.
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basil

The skin of a sheep tanned with bark. ... Origin: Corrupt. From E. Basan, F. Basane, LL. Basanium, bazana, fr. Ar. Bithana, prop, lining. ... <botany> The name given to several aromatic herbs of the Mint family, but chiefly to the common or sweet basil (Ocymum basilicum), and the bush basil, or lesser basil (O. Minimum), the leaves of which a
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basil

sweet basil noun leaves of the common basil; used fresh or dried
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Basil

St. Basil noun (Roman Catholic Church) the bishop of Caesarea who defended the Roman Catholic Church against the heresies of the 4th century; a saint and Doctor of the Church (329-379)
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basil

noun any of several Old World tropical aromatic annual or perennial herbs of the genus Ocimum
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Basil

• (n.) The skin of a sheep tanned with bark. • (n.) The slope or angle to which the cutting edge of a tool, as a plane, is ground. • (v. t.) To grind or form the edge of to an angle. • (n.) The name given to several aromatic herbs of the Mint family, but chiefly to the common or sweet basil (Ocymum basilicum), and the bush basil
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Basil

(from the article `Collins, Wilkie`) ...a memoir to his father, who died in 1847, Memoirs of the Life of William Collins, Esq., R.A. (1848). His fiction followed shortly after: Antonina; ...
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Basil

ambitious and enterprising prince of Moldavia (1634–53) who introduced the first written laws and printing press to his principality.[1 related articles]
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basil

spice consisting of the dried leaves of Ocimum basilicum, an annual herb of the family Lamiaceae (Labiatae) native to India and Iran. A number of ... [1 related articles]
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Basil

Basil is a Greek boy name. The meaning of the name is `Arabic royal, brave ` Where is it used? The name Basil is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Vasili ( In Russian) Vasile ( In Romanian) Basile ( In French) Vasil ( In Bulgarian) For the opposite sex use: In Russian: Vasilisa (F) In Bulgarian: Vasilka (F) See also In Russian:
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Basil

[Sesame Park] Basil the Bear (aka Basilocker Flangerati) was the main character on the Canadian children`s show Sesame Park. He was portrayed by puppeteer Tim Gosley from 1987-1996, and puppeteer Bob Stutt from 1996-2002. Along with Dodi and Louis, Basil was one of the three original Canadian Muppets, beginning in the period when the progra
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Basil

[disambiguation] Basil is a plant and seasoning. The word may also refer to: == See also == ...
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Basil

Basil, or Sweet Basil, is a common name for the culinary herb Ocimum basilicum (pronounced /ˈbæzɪl/ or, in the US, /ˈbeːzɪl/), of the family Lamiaceae (mints), sometimes known as Saint Joseph`s Wort in some English-speaking countries. Basil, originally from India, is best known as a culinary herb prominently featured in Italian cuisine, and.
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basil

basil (băz'ul) , any plant of the genus Ocimum, tender herbs or small shrubs of the family Labiatae (mint family), mostly of Old World warm regions and cultivated for the aromatic leaves. The basil of Keats's “Isabella” (and of Boccaccio's story) is the common or sweet basil (O...
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Basil

Basil - shortened from Basil Fawlty - is London Cockney rhyming slang for forty pounds.
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Basil

Basil are various herbaceous plants of the family Labiatae.
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basil

Plant with aromatic leaves, belonging to the mint family. A native of the tropics, it is cultivated in Europe as a herb and used to flavour food. Its small white flowers appear on spikes. (Genus Ocimum basilicum, family Labiatae.)
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