Laurel

(Spanish) bay leaf

Laurel

Lauraceae, also known as the Laurel family is a family of flowering plants. It can refer to: ==Plants== Laurel particularly refers to plants used for laurel wreaths: It also refers to: ==People== ==Places== ===United States=== ===Canada=== ===Elsewhere=== ==Ships== ==Other uses== ...
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Laurel

(Laurus) This slow growing, evergreen tree is often grown as a shrub; it is commonly called Bay, Bay Laurel, and Sweet Laurel. Bay can live as a woody houseplant for many years. It is a native of the Mediterranean region and isn't hardy in the North. Its shiny, dark green, fragrant leaves were once twined into wreaths by the ancient Romans and Gree...
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Laurel

• (n.) An English gold coin made in 1619, and so called because the king`s head on it was crowned with laurel. • (n.) An evergreen shrub, of the genus Laurus (L. nobilis), having aromatic leaves of a lanceolate shape, with clusters of small, yellowish white flowers in their axils; -- called also sweet bay. • (n.) A crown of laurel; h...
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laurel

laurel wreath noun (antiquity) a wreath of laurel foliage worn on the head as an emblem of victory
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Laurel

[Amtrak station] The station has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since October 31, 1995. ...
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Laurel

[given name] Laurel is a unisex given name. The name is of English origin from the Latin Lauras with the meaning referring to the laurel tree. Various names related to Laurel are Laura, Lauren, Lori, and Lorraine. Another related name would be the Germanic Mythology name Lorelie which means `luring rock` and is mentioned in a German legend ...
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Laurel

[MARC station] The Laurel Railroad Station was originally constructed in 1884, for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The architect was E. Francis Baldwin. The structure is constructed of brick, and is one and a half stories, modified rectangle in form with overhanging gabled and hipped roof sections with brackets and terra cotta cresting, an...
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Laurel

Lau'rel noun [ Middle English lorel , laurer , lorer , Old French lorier , laurier , French laurier , (assumed) Late Latin Laurarius , from Latin laurus .] 1. (Botany) An evergreen shrub, of the genus Laurus ( Latin n...
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laurel

1. <botany> An evergreen shrub, of the genus Laurus (L. Nobilis), having aromatic leaves of a lanceolate shape, with clusters of small, yellowish white flowers in their axils; called also sweet bay. ... The fruit is a purple berry. It is found about the Mediterranean, and was early used by the ancient Greeks to crown the victor in the games o...
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laurel

a small aromatic tree with shiny dark green leaves
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laurel

Any of a group of European evergreen trees with glossy aromatic leaves, yellowish flowers, and black berries. The leaves of sweet bay or poet's laurel (L. nobilis) are used in cooking. Several species are cultivated worldwide. (Genus Laurus, family Lauraceae....
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laurel

any of several evergreen shrubs and small trees of the genus Laurus within the family Lauraceae; the name is chiefly applied to L. nobilis (also ... [1 related articles]
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Laurel

city, coseat (1906) with Ellisville of Jones county, southeastern Mississippi, U.S., on Tallahala Creek, about 30 miles (50 km) northeast of ...
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Laurel

city, Prince George`s county, central Maryland, U.S., on the Patuxent River midway between Washington, D.C., and Baltimore. The land was patented to ...
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Laurel

Laurel is an English name for girls. The meaning is `bay-leaves, protection` The name Laurel is most commonly given to American girls. Laurel is given to boys and girls in France What do they use in other countries? Loren (English) Laurence (English) Larenzo Loran Laramie Lauren (English) Lorne (English) Lorin (English) Laurian Lorenza (Italian) Lo...
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laurel

laurel, common name for the Lauraceae, a family of forest trees and shrubs found mainly in tropical SE Asia but also abundant in tropical America. Most have aromatic bark and foliage and are evergreen; deciduous species are usually those that extend into temperate zones. The plants are important for...
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Laurel

The laurel was a gold coin struck during the reign of James I in 1619. It was so called on account of the king's head being represented crowned with laurel.
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laurel

The leaves of the bay-tree used as a symbol of victory.
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