Definición de dittany en inglés:

dittany

Saltos de línea: dit|tany
Pronunciación: /ˈdɪtəni
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun] (plural dittanies)
Any of a number of aromatic herbaceous or shrubby plants:
  • (also dittany of Crete) A dwarf shrub with white woolly leaves and pink flowers, native to Crete and Greece (Origanum dictamnus, family Labiatae). (also American dittany) An American herb used in cookery and herbal medicine (genus Cunila, family Labiatae). another term for gas plant
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Below them grow low-growing shrubs and ground covers, such as azaleas, dittany of Crete, ferns, and junipers.
  • Several of these - sage, rosemary, thyme, horsebalm and mountain dittany - are rich in thymol and carvacrol, compounds that help muscles relax.
  • Another interesting plant was Cunda origanoides (dittany), seen by many of the participants, including the trip leader, for the first time.

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French ditain or medieval Latin ditaneum, from Latin dictamnus, dictamnum, from Greek diktamnon, perhaps from Diktē, the name of a mountain in Crete.

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