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herb [ hə:b] n.ݱֲ

herb [hə:b] n. ҩ,

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


East Asian Tree Fern Rhizome

Elecampane Inula Root

Emblic Leafflower Fruit

English Walnut Seed

Entada Sten

Entadae Stem

Ephedra Herb

Epigeal Srephaia Root

Epimedium Herb

Erect St. John'swort Herb


Eriocarpous Glochidion Leaf

Eucommia Bark

European Grape Fruit

European Hop Flower

European Verbena

European Waterhemlock Root

False Chinese Swertia Herb

Falsehellebore Root and Rhizome

Falsesour Cherry

Fangchi Root

Feather Cockscomb Seed

Fennel Fruit

Fermented Soybean

Fewflower Lysionotus Herb

Field Sowthistle Herb


Figwort Root


Filiform Cassytha Herb

Fimbriae Orostachys

Fineleaf Schizonepeta Herb

Finger Citron

Fistular Onion Stalk

Fiveleaf Gynostemma Herb

Flabelate Maiden-hair Herb

Flastem Milkvetch Seed

Flos Caryophyllata


Forbes Wildginger Herb

Forest Frog's Oviduct

Forrest Silkvine Stem or Root

Fortune Eupatorium Herb

Fortune Firethorn Fruit

Fortune Loosestrife Herb

Fortune Meadowrue Herb

Fortune Paulownia Fruit /Royal Paulownia Fruit

Fortune Plumyew Twig and Leaf

Fortune Windmillpalm Petiole

Fortune's Drynaria Rhizome

Fourstamen Stephania Root

Fragrant Eupatorium Herb

Fragrant Plantainlily Herb

Fragrant Sarcococca Herb

Fragrant Solomonseal Rhizome

Franchet Groundcherry Calyx and Fruit

Frangrant Ainsliaea Herb


Freshwater Sponge

Fringed Iris Herb

Fruticose Breyniae Leaf and Twig

He has introduced a herb medicine therapy for the pain in my chest.

No herb will cure love.

[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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