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herb [ hə:b] n.ݱֲ

herb [hə:b] n. ҩ,

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֭Sugar cane juice
÷֭Plum juice
֭Star fruit juice
ݲ衡Herb juice


Earthworm


East Asian Tree Fern Rhizome


Elecampane Inula Root
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Emblic Leafflower Fruit


English Walnut Seed


Entada Sten


Entadae Stem


Ephedra Herb


Epigeal Srephaia Root
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Epimedium Herb
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Erect St. John'swort Herb
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Ergot


Eriocarpous Glochidion Leaf


Eucommia Bark


European Grape Fruit


European Hop Flower
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European Verbena
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European Waterhemlock Root


False Chinese Swertia Herb
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Falsehellebore Root and Rhizome
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Falsesour Cherry
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Fangchi Root


Feather Cockscomb Seed


Fennel Fruit
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Fermented Soybean


Fewflower Lysionotus Herb
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Field Sowthistle Herb
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Fig
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Figwort Root


FigwortflowerPicrorhizaRhizome


Filiform Cassytha Herb
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Fimbriae Orostachys


Fineleaf Schizonepeta Herb


Finger Citron


Fistular Onion Stalk
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Fiveleaf Gynostemma Herb
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Flabelate Maiden-hair Herb
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Flastem Milkvetch Seed
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Flos Caryophyllata


Fluorite
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Forbes Wildginger Herb
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Forest Frog's Oviduct


Forrest Silkvine Stem or Root
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Fortune Eupatorium Herb


Fortune Firethorn Fruit
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Fortune Loosestrife Herb
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Fortune Meadowrue Herb


Fortune Paulownia Fruit /Royal Paulownia Fruit
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Fortune Plumyew Twig and Leaf
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Fortune Windmillpalm Petiole


Fortune's Drynaria Rhizome


Fourstamen Stephania Root
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Fragrant Eupatorium Herb
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Fragrant Plantainlily Herb


Fragrant Sarcococca Herb


Fragrant Solomonseal Rhizome


Franchet Groundcherry Calyx and Fruit


Frangrant Ainsliaea Herb
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Frankincense


Freshwater Sponge
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Fringed Iris Herb


Fruticose Breyniae Leaf and Twig




He has introduced a herb medicine therapy for the pain in my chest.
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No herb will cure love.
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[b] /a herb/banana/

ݸĿ [bn co gng m] /An Outline Treatise of Medical Herbs, compiled by L Sh Zhn ʱ/

[lng] /(herb)/place name/

ޭ [q] /(herb)/implore/pray/place name/

ɲ [xin co] /a kind of plant used as a medicinal herb in ancient times/

[xing co] /herb/

{adj: cosmopolitan, widely distributed} growing or occurring in many parts of the world
"a cosmopolitan herb"
"cosmopolitan in distribution"
<-> endemic

{adj: disconcerting, upsetting} causing an emotional disturbance
"his disconcerting habit of greeting friends ferociously and strangers charmingly"- Herb Caen
"an upsetting experience"

{adj: herbaceous} characteristic of a nonwoody herb or plant part

{adj: herbal} of or relating to herbs
"herbal tea, herbal medicine"

{adj: medicative, medicinal} having the properties of medicine
"medicative drugs"
"medicinal herbs"
"medicinal properties"

{adj: rare} not widely distributed
"rare herbs"
"rare patches of green in the desert"

{adj: woody} made of or containing or resembling wood
"woody plants"
"perennial herbs with woody stems"
"a woody taste"
<-> nonwoody

{n: Abelmoschus, genus Abelmoschus} genus of tropical coarse herbs having large lobed leaves and often yellow flowers

{n: Abronia, genus Abronia} genus of western North American herbs having showy flowers

{n: Abutilon, genus Abutilon} herbs or shrubs or small trees: flowering maple; parlor maple; Indian mallow

{n: Abyssinian banana, Ethiopian banana, Ensete ventricosum, Musa ensete} large evergreen arborescent herb having huge paddle-shaped leaves and bearing inedible fruit that resemble bananas but edible young flower shoots; sometimes placed in genus Musa

{n: Acalypha, genus Acalypha} a genus of herbs and shrubs belonging to the family Euphorbiaceae

{n: Acanthaceae, family Acanthaceae, acanthus family} widely distributed herbs and shrubs and trees; sometimes placed in the order Scrophulariales

{n: Acroclinium, genus Acroclinium} genus of herbs and shrubs of Australia and South Africa: everlasting flower; most species usually placed in genus Helipterum

{n: Adonis, genus Adonis} annual or perennial herbs

{n: Aegiceras, genus Aegiceras} a genus of herbs of the family Verbenaceae

{n: African daisy} African or Asiatic herbs with daisylike flowers

{n: Agalinis, genus Agalinis} semiparasitic herb with purple or white or pink flowers; grows in the United States and West Indies

{n: Ageratina, genus Ageratina} annual to perennial herbs or shrubs of eastern United States and Central and South America

{n: Aglaonema, genus Aglaonema} climbing herbs of southeastern Asia having thick fleshy oblong leaves and naked unisexual flowers: Chinese evergreen

{n: Aizoaceae, family Aizoaceae, Tetragoniaceae, family Tetragoniaceae, carpetweed family} succulent herbs or small shrubs mostly of South Africa but also New Zealand and North America: carpetweeds; fig marigolds

{n: Alcea, genus Alcea} genus of erect herbs of the Middle East having showy flowers: hollyhocks; in some classification systems synonymous with genus Althaea

{n: Aletris, genus Aletris} small genus of bitter-rooted herbs of eastern North America and Asia; sometimes placed in family Melanthiaceae

{n: Alexander, Alexanders, black lovage, horse parsley, Smyrnium olusatrum} European herb somewhat resembling celery widely naturalized in Britain coastal regions and often cultivated as a potherb

{n: Alismatidae, subclass Alismatidae} one of four subclasses or superorders of Monocotyledones; comprises about 500 species in 14 families of aquatic and semiaquatic herbs

{n: Allegheny spurge, Allegheny mountain spurge, Pachysandra procumbens} low semi-evergreen perennial herb having small spikes of white or pinkish flowers; native to southern United States but grown elsewhere

{n: Alliaria, genus Alliaria} a genus of herbs of the family Cruciferae; have broad leaves and whit flowers and long siliques

{n: Allionia, genus Allionia} small genus of chiefly American herbs

{n: Alpine anemone, mountain anemone, Anemone tetonensis} silky-foliaged herb of the Rocky Mountains with bluish-white flowers

{n: Alpinia, genus Alpinia, genus Zerumbet, genus Languas} perennial rhizomatous herbs of Asia and Australia and Polynesia having ginger-scented rhizomes

{n: Alsobia, genus Alsobia} tropical American herbs sometimes included in genus Episcia

{n: Alternanthera, genus Alternanthera} genus of low herbs of tropical America and Australia; includes genus Telanthera

{n: Amaranthaceae, family Amaranthaceae, amaranth family} cosmopolitan family of herbs and shrubs

{n: Amaranthus, genus Amaranthus} large widely distributed genus of chiefly coarse annual herbs

{n: Amberboa, genus Amberboa} herbs of Mediterranean to central Asia cultivated for their flowers

{n: American feverfew, wild quinine, prairie dock, Parthenium integrifolium} stout perennial herb of the eastern United States with whitish flowers; leaves traditionally used by Catawba Indians to treat burns

{n: American ginseng, sang, Panax quinquefolius} North American woodland herb similar to and used as substitute for the Chinese ginseng

{n: American mistletoe, Arceuthobium pusillum} small herb with scalelike leaves on reddish-brown stems and berrylike fruits; parasitic on spruce and larch trees

{n: American rattlebox, Crotalaria sagitallis} tropical American annual herb having an inflated pod in which the ripe seeds rattle

{n: Amsinckia, genus Amsinckia} rough annual herbs of Europe and the Americas: fiddlenecks

{n: Amsonia, genus Amsonia} genus of herbs and subshrubs with milky juice and showy bluish flowers; Europe to Asia Minor to Japan and North America

{n: Anagallis, genus Anagallis} chiefly Old World herbs

{n: Anaphalis, genus Anaphalis} genus of herbs of north temperate regions having hoary leaves: pearly everlasting

{n: Antennaria, genus Antennaria} small woolly perennial herbs having small whitish discoid flowers surrounded by a ring of club-shaped bristles

{n: Anthericum, genus Anthericum} genus of Old World (mainly African) perennial herbs; sometimes placed in family Asphodelaceae

{n: Antheropeas, genus Antheropeas} small genus of North American herbs often included in genus Eriophyllum

{n: Anthyllis, genus Anthyllis} genus of Mediterranean herbs and shrubs

{n: Antirrhinum, genus Antirrhinum} a genus of herbs of the family Scrophulariaceae with brightly colored irregular flowers

{n: Apocynaceae, family Apocynaceae, dogbane family} chiefly tropical trees or shrubs or herbs having milky juice and often showy flowers; many are sources of drugs

{n: Apocynum, genus Apocynum} perennial herbs with small pink or white flowers

{n: Arabis, genus Arabis} annual to perennial woody herbs of temperate North America, Europe and Asia: rockcress

{n: Arctotis, genus Arctotis} herbs and subshrubs: African daisy

{n: Arecidae, subclass Arecidae} one of four subclasses or superorder of Monocotyledones; comprises about 6400 species in 5 families of trees and shrubs and terrestrial herbs and a few free-floating aquatics including: Palmae; Araceae; Pandanaceae and Lemnaceae

{n: Arisarum, genus Arisarum} tuberous or rhizomatous perennial herbs; mainly Mediterranean area

{n: Arnica montana} herb of pasture and open woodland throughout most of Europe and western Asia having orange-yellow daisylike flower heads that when dried are used as a stimulant and to treat bruises and swellings

{n: Asclepiadaceae, family Asclepiadaceae, milkweed family} widely distributed family of herbs and shrubs of the order Gentianales; most with milky juice

{n: Asclepias, genus Asclepias} genus of chiefly North American perennial herbs: silkweed; milkweed

{n: Asphodeline, genus Asphodeline} genus of rhizomatous perennial or biennial herbs with numerous sometimes fragrant flowers in long cylindrical racemes; Mediterranean region to Caucasus; sometimes placed in family Asphodelaceae

{n: Asteridae, subclass Asteridae} a group of mostly sympetalous herbs and some trees and shrubs mostly with 2 fused carpels; contains 43 families including Campanulales; Solanaceae; Scrophulariaceae; Labiatae; Verbenaceae; Rubiaceae; Compositae; sometimes classified as a superorder

{n: Astragalus, genus Astragalus} large genus of annual or perennial herbs or shrubs of north temperate regions; largest genus in the family Leguminosae

{n: Aureolaria, genus Aureolaria} small genus of North American herbs often root-parasitic and bearing golden-yellow flowers; sometimes placed in genus Gerardia

{n: Australian pitcher plant, Cephalotus follicularis} a carnivorous perennial herb having a green pitcher and hinged lid both with red edges; western Australia

{n: Ballota, genus Ballota} perennial herbs or subshrubs of especially Mediterranean area: black horehound

{n: Balsamorhiza, genus Balsamorhiza} genus of coarse western American herbs with large roots containing an aromatic balsam

{n: Barbarea, genus Barbarea} biennial or perennial herbs of north temperate regions: winter cress

{n: Begoniaceae, family Begoniaceae, begonia family} monoecious succulent herbs or shrubs of tropical and warm regions especially America

{n: Berberidaceae, family Berberidaceae, barberry family} shrubs or herbs

{n: Bignoniaceae, family Bignoniaceae} trees or shrubs or woody vines or herbs having fruit resembling gourds or capsules; sometimes placed in the order Scrophulariales

{n: Biscutella, genus Biscutella} genus of Eurasian herbs and small shrubs: buckler mustard

{n: Blandfordia, genus Blandfordia} small species of tuberous Australian perennial herbs

{n: Blephilia, genus Blephilia} small genus of North American herbs: wood mints

{n: Bloomeria, genus Bloomeria} small genus of bulbous perennial herbs of southwestern United States and Mexico; sometimes placed in family Alliaceae

{n: Boltonia, genus Boltonia} genus of tall leafy perennial herbs of eastern America and eastern Asia having flowers that resemble asters

{n: Borago, genus Borago} perennial herbs of the Mediterranean region

{n: Bowiea, genus Bowiea} small genus of tropical African perennial bulbous herbs with deciduous twining stems; sometimes placed in family Hyacinthaceae

{n: Boykinia, genus Boykinia} genus of perennial rhizomatous herbs with flowers in panicles; North America; Japan

{n: Brachycome, genus Brachycome} mostly Australian herbs having basal or alternate leaves and loosely corymbose flower heads

{n: Brickellia, genus Brickelia} genus of herbs of southwestern America having usually creamy florets followed by one-seeded fruits in a prominent bristly sheath

{n: Burmannia, genus Burmannia} type genus of the Burmanniaceae; slender herbs of warm regions with leaves resembling scales and flowers with a three-angled or three-winged perianth

{n: Burmanniaceae, family Burmanniaceae} family of chiefly tropical herbs with basal leaves like bracts and small flowers

{n: Cacalia, genus Cacalia} genus of tall smooth herbs of forested mountains of Europe and Asia minor; in some classifications includes many plants usually placed in genus Emilia

{n: Caesalpiniaceae, family Caesalpiniaceae} spiny trees, shrubs, or perennial herbs, including the genera Caesalpinia, Cassia, Ceratonia, Bauhinia; commonly included in the family Leguminosae

{n: Cakile, genus Cakile} small genus of succulent annual herbs found on sandy shores of North America and Europe

{n: Calandrinia, genus Calandrinia} large genus of low-growing herbs; widespread throughout tropical and warm temperate regions having usually basal leaves and panicles of purplish ephemeral flowers

{n: California pitcher plant, Darlingtonia californica} marsh or bog herb having solitary pendulous yellow-green flowers and somewhat twisted pitchers with broad wings below

{n: Callirhoe, genus Callirhoe} small genus of North American herbs having usually red or purple flowers

{n: Callistephus, genus Callistephus} one species: erect Asiatic herb with large flowers

{n: Callitrichaceae, family Callitrichaceae} dicot aquatic herbs

{n: Calochortus, genus Calochortus} large genus of western North American leafy-stemmed bulbous herbs

{n: Calystegia, genus Calystegia} climbing or scrambling herbs: bindweed

{n: Camassia, genus Camassia, Quamassia, genus Quamassia} genus of scapose herbs of North and South America having large edible bulbs

{n: Camelina, genus Camelina} annual and biennial herbs of Mediterranean to central Asia

{n: Canada anemone, Anemone Canadensis} common summer-flowering woodland herb of Labrador to Colorado

{n: Canavalia, genus Canavalia} herbs or woody vines of mainly American tropics and subtropics

{n: Cannabidaceae, family Cannabidaceae, hemp family} two genera of erect or twining herbs that are pollinated by the wind, including the genera Cannabis and Humulus; term not used in all classifications; in some the genus Cannabis is placed in the family Moraceae and the genus Humulus in the family Urticaceae

{n: Canterbury bell, Gloxinia perennis} herb of Colombia to Peru having pale purple flowers

{n: Cardiospermum, genus Cardiospermum} tendril-climbing herbs or shrubs whose seeds have a white heart-shaped spot

{n: Caryophyllaceae, family Caryophyllaceae, carnation family, pink family} large family of herbs or subshrubs (usually with stems swollen at the nodes)

{n: Catharanthus, genus Catharanthus} small genus of erect annual or perennial herbs native to Madagascar; widely naturalized in the tropics; formerly included in genus Vinca

{n: Celosia, genus Celosia} annual or perennial herbs or vines of tropical and subtropical America and Asia and Africa

{n: Centaurium, genus Centaurium} genus of low-growing herbs mostly of northern hemisphere having flowers with protruding spirally twisted anthers

{n: Centranthus, genus Centranthus} genus of southern European herbs and subshrubs

{n: Chamaecrista, genus Chamaecrista} genus of tropical herbs or subshrubs having sensitive leaves and suddenly dehiscing pods; some species placed in genus Cassia

{n: Chimaphila, genus Chimaphila} small genus of evergreen herbs with long creeping rootstocks and shining leaves; North America; Europe; east Asia

{n: Chinese evergreen, Japanese leaf, Aglaonema modestum} erect or partially climbing herb having large green or variegated leaves

{n: Chinese forget-me-not, Cynoglossum amabile} biennial east Asian herb grown for its usually bright blue flowers

{n: Chloranthaceae, family Chloranthaceae} small family of tropical herbs and shrubs and trees

{n: Chrysosplenium, genus Chrysosplenium} genus of widely distributed semiaquatic herbs with minute greenish-yellow apetalous flowers

{n: Cicer, genus Cicer} chickpea plant; Asiatic herbs

{n: Cicuta, genus Cicuta} small genus of perennial herbs having deadly poisonous tuberous roots: water hemlock

{n: Cimicifuga, genus Cimicifuga} small genus of perennial herbs of north temperate regions: bugbane

{n: Cistaceae, family Cistaceae, rockrose family} shrubs or woody herbs of temperate regions especially Mediterranean

{n: Claytonia, genus Claytonia} genus of mainly North American succulent herbs with white or pink flowers usually in terminal racemes

{n: Colchicum, genus Colchicum} chiefly fall-blooming perennial cormous herbs; sometimes placed in family Colchicaceae

{n: Collinsia, genus Collinsia} genus of hardy annual herbs of western United States

{n: Collinsonia, genus Collinsonia} small genus of perennial erect or spreading aromatic herbs; United States

{n: Colocasia, genus Colocasia} small genus of perennial tuberous herbs of tropical Asia: taro

{n: Commelinaceae, family Commelinaceae, spiderwort family} large widely distributed family of chiefly perennial herbs or climbers: spiderworts

{n: Commelinidae, subclass Commelinidae} one of four subclasses or superorders of Monocotyledones; comprises about 19,000 species in 25 families of mostly terrestrial herbs especially of moist places including: Cyperaceae; Gramineae; Bromeliaceae; and Zingiberaceae

{n: Coptis, genus Coptis} small genus of low perennial herbs having yellow rhizomes and white or yellow flowers

{n: Corchorus, genus Corchorus} widely distributed genus of tropical herbs or subshrubs; especially Asia

{n: Coriandrum, genus Coriandrum} small genus of annual Mediterranean herbs

{n: Corydalis, genus Corydalis} annual or perennial herbs of Himalayan China and South Africa

{n: Cotula, genus Cotula} cosmopolitan herbs especially southern hemisphere; many used as ground covers

{n: Crambe, genus Crambe} annual or perennial herbs with large leaves that resemble the leaves of cabbages

{n: Craspedia, genus Craspedia} herbs of Australia and New Zealand

{n: Crassula, genus Crassula} type genus of Crassulaceae; herbs and small shrubs having woody stems and succulent aerial parts

{n: Crassulaceae, family Crassulaceae, stonecrop family} succulent shrubs and herbs

{n: Culver's root, Culvers root, Culver's physic, Culvers physic, whorlywort, Veronicastrum virginicum} a tall perennial herb having spikes of small white or purple flowers; common in eastern North America

{n: Curcuma, genus Curcuma} tropical Asiatic perennial herbs

{n: Cuscuta, genus Cuscuta} genus of twining leafless parasitic herbs lacking chlorophyll: dodder

{n: Cyamopsis, genus Cyamopsis} small genus of annual usually hairy herbs of tropical Africa and Arabia

{n: Cynoglossum, genus Cynoglossum} a large genus of tall rough herbs belonging to the family Boraginaceae

{n: Cyperus, genus Cyperus} type genus of Cyperaceae; grasslike rhizomatous herbs; cosmopolitan except very cold regions

{n: Descurainia, genus Descurainia} includes annual or biennial herbs of America and Europe very similar to and often included among those of genera Sisymbrium or Hugueninia; not recognized in some classification systems

{n: Desmanthus, genus Desmanthus} genus of American herbs or shrubs with sensitive pinnate leaves and small whitish flowers

{n: Dicentra, genus Dicentra} North American and Asian herbs with divided leaves and irregular flowers

{n: Dieffenbachia, genus Dieffenbachia} evergreen perennial herbs of tropical America with lush foliage and poisonous sap; often cultivated as houseplants

{n: Dilleniidae, subclass Dilleniidae} a group of families of more or less advanced trees and shrubs and herbs having either polypetalous or gamopetalous corollas and often with ovules attached to the walls of the ovary; contains 69 families including Ericaceae and Cruciferae and Malvaceae; sometimes classified as a superorder

{n: Dimorphotheca, genus Dimorphotheca} South African herbs or subshrubs with usually yellow flowers

{n: Dipsacaceae, family Dipsacaceae} chiefly southern European herbs with flowers usually in dense cymose heads

{n: Doronicum, genus Doronicum} genus of Eurasian perennial tuberous or rhizomatous herbs: leopard's bane

{n: Dracocephalum, genus Dracocephalum} genus of American herbs and dwarf shrubs of the mind family: dragonheads

{n: Droseraceae, family Droseraceae, sundew family} a family of carnivorous herbs and shrubs

{n: Easter daisy, stemless daisy, Townsendia Exscapa} dwarf tufted nearly stemless herb having a rosette of woolly leaves and large white-rayed flower heads and bristly achenes; central Canada and United States west to Arizona

{n: Echinacea, genus Echinacea} small genus of North American coarse perennial herbs

{n: Echinops, genus Echinops} genus of Mediterranean and Eurasian herbs: globe thistles

{n: Echium, genus Echium} a genus of bristly herbs and shrubs of the family Boraginaceae

{n: Egyptian henbane, Hyoscyamus muticus} poisonous herb whose leaves are a source of hyoscyamine

{n: Elephantopus, genus Elephantopus} perennial American herb

{n: Emilia, genus Emilia} tropical African herbs

{n: Enceliopsis, genus Enceliopsis} small genus of xerophytic herbs of southwestern United States

{n: Ensete, genus Ensete} Old World tropical herbs: Abyssinian bananas

{n: Epilobium, genus Epilobium} large widely distributed genus of herbs and subshrubs of especially western North America and Arctic areas

{n: Erigeron, genus Erigeron} cosmopolitan genus of usually perennial herbs with flowers that resemble asters; leaves occasionally (especially formerly) used medicinally

{n: Eriocaulaceae, family Eriocaulaceae, pipewort family} chiefly tropical aquatic or bog herbs: pipeworts

{n: Eriophyllum, genus Eriophyllum} genus of hairy herbs and shrubs of western North America

{n: Eruca, genus Eruca} annual to perennial herbs of the Mediterranean region

{n: Erysimum, genus Erysimum} large genus of annual or perennial herbs some grown for their flowers and some for their attractive evergreen leaves; Old World and North America

{n: Erythronium, genus Erythronium} perennial bulbous herbs most of northern United States: dogtooth violet; adder's tongue; trout lily; fawn lily

{n: Eschscholtzia, genus Eschscholtzia} showy herbs of western North America

{n: Eupatorium, genus Eupatorium} large genus of chiefly tropical herbs having heads of white or purplish flowers

{n: Eustoma, genus Eustoma} small genus of herbs of warm regions of southern North America to northern South America

{n: Felicia, genus Felicia} genus of tropical African herbs or subshrubs with usually blue flowers

{n: Foeniculum, genus Foeniculum} very small genus of aromatic European herbs with pinnately compound leaves and yellow flowers

{n: Francoa, genus Francoa} perennial evergreen herbs with white or pink flowers; Chile

{n: Frasera, genus Frasera} genus of North American herbs: columbo; includes some species sometimes placed in genus Swertia

{n: Froelichia, genus Froelichia} genus of erect or procumbent herbs of the Americas having spikes of woolly white flowers: cottonweed

{n: Fumaria, genus Fumaria} annual herbs whose flowers have only one petal spurred at the base

{n: Fumariaceae, family Fumariaceae, fumitory family} erect or climbing herbs of the northern hemisphere and southern Africa: bleeding heart; Dutchman's breeches; fumitory; squirrel corn

{n: Galega, genus Galega} small genus of Eurasian herbs: goat's rue

{n: Galeopsis, genus Galeopsis} erect annual European herbs

{n: Galium, genus Galium} annual or perennial herbs: bedstraw; cleavers

{n: Galliano} golden Italian liqueur flavored with herbs

{n: Gentiana, genus Gentiana} type genus of the Gentianaceae; cosmopolitan genus of herbs nearly cosmopolitan in cool temperate regions; in some classifications includes genera Gentianopsis and Gentianella

{n: Gentianella, genus Gentianella} genus of herbs with flowers that resemble gentian; in some classifications included in genus Gentiana

{n: Gerbera, genus Gerbera} genus of South African or Asiatic herbs: African daisies

{n: Gerea, genus Gerea} small genus of hairy herbs with yellow flowers

{n: Gesneriaceae, family Gesneriaceae, gesneria family} large family of tropical herbs or shrubs or lianas; in some classification systems placed in the order Scrophulariales

{n: Glaucium, genus Glaucium} herbs of Europe and North Africa and Asia: horned poppy

{n: Glycine, genus Glycine} genus of Asiatic erect or sprawling herbs: soya bean

{n: Glycyrrhiza, genus Glycyrrhiza} sticky perennial Eurasian herbs

{n: Gnaphalium, genus Gnaphalium} large widely distributed genus of coarse hairy herbs with whitish involucres

{n: Gomphrena, genus Gomphrena} genus of tropical herbs or subshrubs having flowers in close heads; tropical America and Australia

{n: Goodenia} a genus of shrubs and herbs that grow in Australia and New Guinea and Malaysia and southeast Asia

{n: Gossypium, genus Gossypium} herbs and shrubs and small trees: cotton

{n: Grindelia, genus Grindelia} large genus of coarse gummy herbs of western North and Central America

{n: Gutierrezia, genus Gutierrezia} sticky perennial herbs and subshrubs of western North America and warm South America

{n: Gynura, genus Gynura} genus of Old World tropical herbs: velvet plants

{n: Gypsophila, genus Gypsophila} Mediterranean herbs having small white or pink flowers

{n: Haastia, genus Haastia} genus of New Zealand mat-forming herbs or subshrubs: vegetable sheep

{n: Haemanthus, genus Haemanthus} genus of African deciduous or evergreen bulbous herbs: blood lilies

{n: Halenia, genus Halenia} genus of herbs of Eurasia and the Americas: spurred gentians

{n: Haplopappus, genus Haplopappus} genus of North and South American perennial herbs or shrubs with yellow flowers; in some classifications include species placed in other genera especially Hazardia

{n: Hedeoma, genus Hedeoma} small genus of American herbs (American pennyroyal)

{n: Hedysarum, genus Hedysarum} genus of herbs of north temperate regions

{n: Helenium, genus Helenium} genus of American herbs with flowers having yellow rays: sneezeweeds

{n: Helichrysum, genus Helichrysum} large genus of mostly African and Australian herbs and shrubs: everlasting flowers; in some classifications includes genus Ozothamnus

{n: Helipterum, genus Helipterum} genus of South African and Australian herbs or shrubs grown as everlastings; the various Helipterum species are currently in process of being assigned to other genera especially genera Pteropogon and Hyalosperma

{n: Helxine, genus Helxine, Soleirolia, genus Soleirolia} one species; a dwarf creeping mat-forming evergreen herb

{n: Hemerocallis, genus Hemerocallis} east Asian rhizomatous clump-forming perennial herbs having flowers on long leafless stalks; cosmopolitan in cultivation: day lilies; sometimes placed in subfamily Hemerocallidaceae

{n: Hermannia, genus Hermannia} genus of African herbs and subshrubs having honey-scented bell-shaped flowers

{n: Hernaria, genus Hernaria} low-growing Old World herbs with minute bright green leaves

{n: Hesperis, genus Hesperis} biennial or perennial erect herbs having nocturnally fragrant flowers

{n: Heterotheca, genus Heterotheca} genus of yellow-flowered North American herbs

{n: Heuchera, genus Heuchera} genus of North American herbs with basal cordate or orbicular leaves and small panicled flowers

{n: Hieracium, genus Hieracium} large genus of perennial hairy herbs of Europe to western Asia to northwestern Africa and North America; few are ornamental; often considered congeneric with Pilosella

{n: Himalayan rhubarb, Indian rhubarb, red-veined pie plant, Rheum australe, Rheum emodi} Asian herb (Himalayas)

{n: Hippocrepis, genus Hippocrepis} species of Old World herbs or subshrubs: horseshoe vetch

{n: Homogyne, genus Homogyne} small genus of low perennial herbs of montane Europe; in some classifications included in genus Tussilago

{n: Hosta, genus Hosta, Funka, genus Funka} robust east Asian clump-forming perennial herbs having racemose flowers: plantain lilies; sometimes placed in family Hostaceae

{n: Hottonia, genus Hottonia} aquatic herbs

{n: Hulsea, genus Hulsea} small genus of erect balsam-scented herbs; Pacific coast of the northwestern United States

{n: Hyalosperma, genus Hyalosperma} genus of herbs of temperate Australia including some from genus Helipterum

{n: Hybanthus, genus Hybanthus} a genus of herbs and small shrubs with white or purple flowers; grows in tropical or subtropical regions

{n: Hydrastis, genus Hydrastis} small genus of perennial herbs having rhizomes and palmate leaves and small solitary flowers; of northeastern United States and Japan

{n: Hydrophyllaceae, family Hydrophyllaceae, waterleaf family} perennial woodland herbs

{n: Hyoscyamus, genus Hyoscyamus} genus of poisonous herbs: henbane

{n: Hypericum, genus Hypericum} large almost cosmopolitan genus of evergreen or deciduous shrubs and herbs with often showy yellow flowers; cosmopolitan except tropical lowlands and arctic or high altitudes and desert regions

{n: Hypochaeris, genus Hypochaeris, Hypochoeris, genus Hypochoeris} widely distributed genus of herbs with milky juice; includes some cosmopolitan weeds

{n: Hyssopus, genus Hyssopus} Eurasian genus of perennial herbs or subshrubs

{n: Iberis, genus Iberis} Old World herbs and subshrubs: candytuft

{n: Iliamna, genus Iliamna} small genus of perennial herbs or subshrubs; some often placed in other genera

{n: Indian madder, munjeet, Rubia cordifolia} perennial East Indian creeping or climbing herb used for dye in the orient

{n: Indigofera, genus Indigofera} genus of tropical herbs and shrubs having odd-pinnate leaves and spurred flowers in long racemes or spikes

{n: Iresine, genus Iresine} genus of tropical American herbs or subshrubs

{n: Iridaceae, family Iridaceae, iris family} large family of usually perennial geophytic herbs with rhizomes or corms or bulbs

{n: Isatis, genus Isatis} Old World genus of annual to perennial herbs: woad

{n: Isopyrum, genus Isopyrum} tufted perennial herbs of northern hemisphere

{n: Italian dressing} a vinaigrette with garlic and herbs: oregano and basil and dill

{n: Jacobean lily, Aztec lily, Strekelia formosissima} Mexican bulbous herb cultivated for its handsome bright red solitary flower

{n: Japanese morning glory, Ipomoea nil} annual Old World tropical climbing herb distinguished by wide color range and frilled or double flowers

{n: Joe-Pye weed, purple boneset, trumpet weed, marsh milkweed, Eupatorium purpureum} North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of flowers spotted with purple

{n: Joe-Pye weed, spotted Joe-Pye weed, Eupatorium maculatum} North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of small pinkish or purple flower heads

{n: Juncaceae, family Juncaceae, rush family} tufted herbs resembling grasses: rushes

{n: Kosteletzya, genus Kosteletzya} small genus of herbs of southeastern United States and tropical America and Africa

{n: Labiatae, family Labiatae, Lamiaceae, family Lamiaceae, mint family} the mints: aromatic herbs and shrubs having flowers resembling the lips of a mouth and four-lobed ovaries yielding four one-seeded nutlets and including thyme; sage; rosemary

{n: Lactuca, genus Lactuca} an herb with milky juice: lettuce; prickly lettuce

{n: Lagenophera, genus Lagenophera} small genus of herbs of Australia and South America having small solitary white or purple flowers similar to true daisies of genus Bellis

{n: Lamium, genus Lamium} genus of Old World herbs: dead nettles; henbits

{n: Laportea, genus Laportea} mostly tropical stinging herbs or trees: nettle

{n: Lasthenia, genus Lasthenia} small genus of herbs of Pacific coast of North and South America

{n: Lathyrus, genus Lathyrus} genus of climbing herbs of Old World and temperate North and South America: vetchling; wild pea

{n: Lavatera, genus Lavatera} widespread genus of herbs or softwood arborescent shrubs cultivated for their showy flowers

{n: Leguminosae, family Leguminosae, Fabaceae, family Fabaceae, legume family, pea family} a large family of trees, shrubs, vines, and herbs bearing bean pods; divided for convenience into the subfamilies Caesalpiniaceae; Mimosaceae; Papilionaceae

{n: Lemna, genus Lemna} minute aquatic herbs floating on or below the water surface of still water consisting of a leaflike frond or plant body and single root

{n: Lennoaceae, family Lennoaceae} family of fleshy parasitic herbs lacking green foliage and having heads of small flowers; California and Mexico

{n: Lens, genus Lens} genus of small erect or climbing herbs with pinnate leaves and small inconspicuous white flowers and small flattened pods: lentils

{n: Leonotis, genus Leonotis} small genus of tropical herbs and subshrubs of South Africa

{n: Leonurus, genus Leonurus} genus of stout Old World herbs having flowers in whorls

{n: Lepidium, genus Lepidium} cosmopolitan genus of annual and biennial and perennial herbs: cress

{n: Lesquerella, genus Lesquerella} genus of low-growing hairy herbs: bladderpods

{n: Levisticum, genus Levisticum} genus of aromatic European herbs with yellow flowers

{n: Lewisia, genus Lewisia} genus of western North American low-growing herbs having linear woolly leaves and large pink flowers

{n: Liatris, genus Liatris} genus of perennial North American herbs with aromatic usually cormous roots

{n: Ligularia, genus Ligularia} genus of Old World herbs resembling groundsel: leopard plants

{n: Linanthus, genus Linanthus} a genus of herbs of the family Polemoniaceae; found in western United States

{n: Linaria, genus Linaria} genus of herbs and subshrubs having showy flowers: spurred snapdragon

{n: Lithophragma, genus Lithophragma} small genus of perennial herbs of the western North America

{n: Lotus, genus Lotus} annual or perennial herbs or subshrubs

{n: Lunaria, genus Lunaria} small genus of European herbs: honesty

{n: Lupinus, genus Lupinus} herbs or shrubs: lupin

{n: Lycopus, genus Lycopus} small genus of herbs of the mint family

{n: Lythraceae, family Lythraceae, loosestrife family} herbs and shrubs and small trees with pink or purple flowers

{n: Macleaya, genus Macleaya} a perennial herb of eastern Asia: plume poppy

{n: Madia, genus Madia} genus of sticky herbs with yellow flowers open in morning or evening but closed in bright light

{n: Magnoliidae, subclass Magnoliidae, ranalian complex} a group of families or trees and shrubs and herbs having well-developed perianths and apocarpous ovaries and generally regarded as the most primitive extant flowering plants; contains 36 families including Magnoliaceae and Ranunculaceae; sometimes classified as a superorder

{n: Majorana, genus Majorana} small genus of herbs usually included in the genus Origanum

{n: Malva, genus Malva} herbs and subshrubs: mallows

{n: Malvaceae, family Malvaceae, mallow family} herbs and shrubs and some trees: mallows; cotton; okra

{n: Mandragora, genus Mandragora} a genus of stemless herbs of the family Solanaceae

{n: Marantaceae, family Marantaceae, arrowroot family} tropical perennial herbs with usually starchy rhizomes

{n: Marrubium, genus Marrubium} Old World aromatic herbs: horehound

{n: Matricaria, genus Matricaria} chiefly Old World strong-smelling weedy herbs; comprises plants sometimes included in other genera: e.g. Tanacetum; Tripleurospermum

{n: Meconopsis, genus Meconopsis} herbs almost entirely of mountains of China and Tibet; often monocarpic

{n: Medicago, genus Medicago} a genus of herbs that resemble clover

{n: Melampodium, genus Melampodium} herbs and subshrubs of warm North America

{n: Melastomataceae, family Melastomataceae, Melastomaceae, family Melastomaceae, meadow-beauty family} a family of trees and bushes and herbs of order Myrtales; many are cultivated as ornamentals

{n: Menispermum, genus Menispermum} climbing herbs


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