poppy

poppy
SYN: Papaver.
- p. oil a fixed (drying) oil expressed from the seed of Papaver somniferum; sometimes used in the preparation of liniments and as a solvent of iodine in iodized oil.

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pop·py 'päp-ē n, pl poppies any herb of the genus Papaver (family Papaveraceae, the poppy family) esp OPIUM POPPY

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pop·py (popґe) 1. any plant of the family Papaveraceae. 2. the flower of such a plant.

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  • Poppy — Pop py, n.; pl. {Poppies}. [OE. popy, AS. popig, L. papaver.] (Bot.) Any plant or species of the genus {Papaver}, herbs with showy polypetalous flowers and a milky juice. From one species ({Papaver somniferum}) opium is obtained, though all the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Poppy — steht für : Poppy (Satellit), Codename für eine Serie von US amerikanischen Spionagesatelliten aus den 1960er und 70er Jahren Poppy Lee Friar, britische Schauspielerin Poppy Montgomery (* 1975), australische Schauspielerin Poppy Morgan (*… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • poppy — [päp′ē] n. pl. poppies [ME popi < OE popæg < L papaver] 1. any of a genus (Papaver) of annual and perennial plants of the poppy family, having a milky juice, showy pink, white, red, orange, purple, or yellow flowers, and capsules containing …   English World dictionary

  • Poppy — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Poppy puede referirse a: Poppy Montgomery, actriz australiana. Poppy Z. Brite, escritora estadounidense. Oscar Larrauri (apodado Poppy), automovilista argentino. Obtenido de Poppy Categoría: Wikipedia:Desambiguación …   Wikipedia Español

  • Poppy — derives from the German personal name Poppo or Boppo . The origin of its meaning are so lost in antiquity as to be obscure. However it is known to have been a pet form of the German name Bodebert meaning Messenger of the Gods and was a well known …   Surnames reference

  • Poppy — (Протарас,Кипр) Категория отеля: Адрес: 209 Palm Apartments, 5296 Протарас, Кипр …   Каталог отелей

  • poppy — O.E. popæg, from W.Gmc. *papua , probably from V.L. *papavum, from L. papaver poppy, perhaps a reduplicated form of imitative root *pap to swell. Associated with battlefields and war dead at least since Waterloo (1815) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Poppy — Pop py, Poppyhead Pop py*head , n. [F. poup[ e]e doll, puppet. See {Puppet}.] (Arch.) A raised ornament frequently having the form of a final. It is generally used on the tops of the upright ends or elbows which terminate seats, etc., in Gothic… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Poppy — f English: from the name of the flower, Old English popæg (ultimately from Latin papāver). It has been used as a given name since the latter years of the 19th century, and reached a peak of popularity in the 1920s …   First names dictionary

  • poppy — ► NOUN ▪ a plant with showy flowers (typically red, pink, or yellow) and large seed capsules, and including species which produce drugs such as opium and codeine. ORIGIN Old English, from Latin papaver …   English terms dictionary

  • Poppy — A poppy is any of a number of showy flowers, typically withone per stem, belonging to the poppy family. They include a number of attractive wildflower species with showy flowers found growing singularly or in large groups; many species are also… …   Wikipedia

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