An edible seed, typically kidney-shaped, growing in long pods on certain leguminous plants
(Circa 1825–1903), US frontiersman; known as Judge Roy Bean. In 1882, he named himself justice of the peace in Val Verde County, Texas, where he held court in his saloon, the Jersey Lilly, so-named for actress Lillie Langtry
Henbane, Hyoscyamus niger (family Solanaceae).
(Originally) a coffee bean produced on Java and the nearby islands; (in later use more generally) a coffee bean.
The castor-oil bean, Ricinus communis.
The pink seed of a variety of the kidney bean, Phaseolus vulgaris.
The red-skinned seed of any of several kinds of legume; especially any of various varieties of the common bean Phaseolus vulgaris, and the adzuki bean, Vigna angularis. Chiefly in plural.
A friendly form of address to a man
Another term for tofu.
A variety of bean plant whose bushy growth requires no support
North American term for broad bean.
A tropical American climbing plant of the pea family, which yields an edible bean and pod and is widely grown for fodder in tropical countries
An edible flat whitish bean
North American term for haricot.
A variety of kidney bean with small rounded seeds
A climbing bean
A bean of a variety grown for its edible pods
A field bean of a variety with small rounded seeds, used for feeding to pigeons
Another term for waxpod.
A Central American climbing plant of the pea family, which has been cultivated for its edible tubers (jicama) since pre-Columbian times
(More fully black bean aphid) a black or dark green aphid, Aphis fabae, which is a common pest of many cultivated plants.
= bean aphid.
Any of various beetles which feed on bean plants; especially a bean weevil (family Chrysomelidae), or (in North America) the Mexican bean beetle, Epilachna varivestis.
A person who habitually or frequently eats beans.
The seed of the cacao tree.
Any of various kinds of cultivated bean grown as a garden crop; specifically (a) (more fully †great garden bean) the broad bean, Vicia faba (now rare); (b) the French bean, Phaseolus vulgaris.
The immature pod of any of various bean plants, eaten as a vegetable
A small tree, Catalpa bignonioides (family Bignoniaceae), native to the south-eastern United States, with large heart-shaped leaves, large white flowers, and long seed pods.
The seed of the Calabar bean, Physostigma venenosum, used as an ordeal poison.
The groundnut, Apios americana.
The borlotti bean, commonly used in Italian cooking.
Any of various beans of a white colour, especially any of several white varieties of haricot bean.
A grey goose with orange-yellow bill and legs, breeding in the arctic tundra of Lapland and Siberia and overwintering in parts of Europe and Asia
Either of two cultivated varieties of bean plant having small black seeds:
A large flat edible green bean which is usually eaten without the pod
A lima bean, especially one of a variety with large flat white seeds
The seed of the castor oil plant, which contains a number of poisonous compounds, especially ricin, as well as castor oil
A cacao seed
A bean-like seed of the coffee shrub
A bean plant closely related to the broad bean but with smaller seeds, grown to improve soil fertility and for stockfeed
A tropical American bean plant of which many varieties are commercially cultivated
A bean-shaped sweet with a jelly-like centre and a firm sugar coating
A kidney-shaped bean, especially a dark red one from a dwarf French bean plant
A plant of the pea family which produces poisonous shiny scarlet beans with a black eye, sometimes used as amulets
A medium-sized speckled variety of kidney bean
A Central American bean plant with scarlet flowers and very long flat edible pods
Any of various beans eaten in their fibrous pods, especially runner beans or French beans
A French bean of a reddish mottled variety widely eaten in South Africa
A bean plant native to the south-western US, cultivated in Mexico and Arizona for its drought-resistant qualities
The black seed of a South American tree, which has a vanilla-like fragrance. The dried beans are cured in rum or other alcohol and then used in perfumery and for scenting and flavouring tobacco, ice cream, and other products