timothy

[n] - grass with long cylindrical spikes frown in northern United States and Europe for hay 2. [n] - a grass grown for hay
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Timothy

(died ADc. 97) In the New Testament, companion to St Paul, both on his missionary journeys and in prison. Two of Paul's epistles are addressed to him. ...
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Timothy

Tim'o·thy noun , or Tim'o*thy grass` [ From Timothy Hanson, who carried the seed from New England to Maryland about 1720.] (Botany) A kind of grass ( Phleum pratense ) with long cylindrical spikes; -- called also herd's grass , in England, cat's-tail grass , an...
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timothy

noun a grass grown for hay
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timothy

herd`s grass noun grass with long cylindrical spikes frown in northern United States and Europe for hay
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Timothy

noun a disciple of Saint Paul who became the leader of the Christian community at Ephesus
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Timothy

• Alt. of Timothy grass
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timothy

perennial grass of the family Poaceae, native to Europe and widely cultivated as a hay and pasture grass in North America. The stems grow in large ... [2 related articles]
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Timothy

Timothy is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `To Honor God` Where is it used? The name Timothy is mainly used In English and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Timofei ( In Russian) Tymoteusz ( In Polish) Timoteo ( In Italian, Spanish and In Portuguese) Timothée ( In French) Timo ( In Finnish) Timotei ( In Bulgarian) Timote...
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Timothy

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Timothy

[name] Timothy is a unisexual given name. It comes from the Greek name Τιμόθεος (Timotheos) meaning `honouring God`, `in God`s honour`, or `honored by God`. It is a common name in several countries, including non-English speaking ones. In the United States, the name was most popular in the 1960s, ranking 13th among all boy`s names. ...
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Timothy

Timothy, two letters of the New Testament. With Titus they comprise the Pastoral Epistles, in which St. Paul addresses his coworkers as the guardians and transmitters of his teaching. Modern scholars have regarded the letters as pseudepigraphical, written by a late 1st or early 2d cent. A.D. church ...
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timothy

timothy or herd's-grass,perennial plant (Phleum pratense) of the family Gramineae (grass family), native to Europe and W Asia and one of the most widely cultivated hay grass of North America. Adaptable to cool, moist climates, where it is sometimes grown in mixtures (especially with red clover), it ...
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Timothy

Grass hay, Phleum pratense
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Timothy

[song] `Timothy` is a song written by Rupert Holmes and recorded by the Buoys in 1971, presenting the unnerving story of three men trapped in a collapsed mine, two of whom apparently resort to cannibalism against the third (the eponymous character Timothy). The song managed to reach the Billboard Top 40 chart on April 17, 1971, remaining on...
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Timothy

[tortoise] Timothy ({c.|1839} – 3 April 2004) was a Mediterranean spur-thighed tortoise who was thought to be approximately 165 years old at the time of her death. This made her the UK`s oldest known resident. In spite of her name, Timothy was female; it was not properly known how to sex tortoises in the 19th century. Timothy was found ab...
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