Chive

• (n.) A filament of a stamen. • (n.) A perennial plant (Allium Schoenoprasum), allied to the onion. The young leaves are used in omelets, etc.
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chive

(species Allium schoenoprasum), small, hardy perennial plant of the lily family (Liliaceae) related to the onion. Its small, white, elongated bulbs ... [1 related articles]
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Chive

Chive noun (Botany) A filament of a stamen. [ Obsolete]
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chive

chive: see onion.
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chive

Perennial European plant belonging to the lily family, related to onions and leeks. It has an underground bulb, long hollow tubular leaves, and globe-shaped purple flower heads. The leaves are used as a garnish for salads. (Allium schoenoprasum, family Liliaceae.)
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Chive

Related to the onion and leek, this fragrant herb has slender, vivid green, hollow stems. Chives have a mild onion flavor and are available fresh year-round. They are a good source of vitamin A and also contain a fair amount of potassium and calcium. Chocolate
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