Definición de myrtle en inglés:

myrtle

Saltos de línea: myr¦tle
Pronunciación: /ˈməːt(ə)l
 
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sustantivo

1An evergreen shrub which has glossy aromatic foliage and white flowers followed by purple-black oval berries.
  • Myrtus communis, family Myrtaceae (the myrtle family). This family also includes several aromatic plants (clove, allspice) and many characteristic Australian plants (such as eucalyptus trees and bottlebrushes)
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • When I moved into my bungalow about 20 years ago, I inherited a shrub which I was given to understand is a myrtle: it is a bushy evergreen with small, dark green, glossy, pointed leaves.
  • A heady, often impenetrable mix of shrubs, herbs and wild flowers, such as lavender, myrtle, marjoram and thyme, its elusive scent permeates everything from the wine to the honey.
  • Between the ruins grew cypresses and oleanders, hibiscus, myrtle and wild roses.
2North American The lesser periwinkle.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If you were daring, you might plant myrtle (periwinkle).

Origen

late Middle English: from medieval Latin myrtilla, myrtillus, diminutive of Latin myrta, myrtus, from Greek murtos.

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