Dictionary search results

Showing 1-30 of 30 results

Thorn US English

German name for Toruń.

thorn US English

A stiff, sharp-pointed, straight or curved woody projection on the stem or other part of a plant

camel thorn US English

Either of two spiny leguminous shrubs occurring in arid country

thorn apple US English

Another term for jimson weed.

buffalo thorn US English

A tropical African shrub or small tree with glossy leaves and thorns which grow in pairs, one of each pair being straight and the other curved

Christ's thorn US English

A thorny shrub popularly supposed to have formed Christ’s crown of thorns, in particular

cockspur thorn US English

A North American hawthorn that is often cultivated for its rich orange autumn foliage

Jerusalem thorn US English

A thorny tropical American tree of the pea family, grown as an ornamental

a thorn in someone's side US English

A source of continual annoyance or trouble

there is no rose without a thorn US English

Every apparently desirable situation has its share of trouble or difficulty

a thorn in someone's side in thorn US English

A source of continual annoyance or trouble

there is no rose without a thorn in thorn US English

Every apparently desirable situation has its share of trouble or difficulty

thorn bush in thorn US English

A thorny bush, shrub, or tree, especially a hawthorn

whitethorn US English

The hawthorn

wait-a-bit US English

An African bush with hooked thorns that catch the clothing, in particular an acacia

wait-a-bit thorn in wait-a-bit US English

An African bush with hooked thorns that catch the clothing, in particular an acacia

a thorn in someone's side or flesh in thorn US English

A source of continual annoyance or trouble

thorn New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Old English and Icelandic runic letter Þ, þ, representing the dental fricatives /ð/ and /θ/; superseded by th;

thorn US Thesaurus

a thorn in her finger

thorn English-Spanish

espina feminine

thorn apple English-Spanish

estramonio

thorn bush English-Spanish

espino masculine

to be a thorn in sb's flesh o side in thorn English-Spanish

ser* una espina que algn tiene clavada