Definition of Thymus vulgaris
1. Noun. Common aromatic garden perennial native to the western Mediterranean; used in seasonings and formerly as medicine.
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Literary usage of Thymus vulgaris
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1. The Gardeners Dictionaryby Philip Miller by Philip Miller (1754)
"CBP Common broad - leav'd Thyme. The Species are ; 2. THYMUS -vulgaris, folio tenui- ere. CBP Common tarrow- Icav'd Thyme. ' 5. THYMUS 'vulgaris, folio ..."
2. Science Papers: Chiefly Pharmacological and Botanical by Daniel Hanbury (1876)
"Thymus vulgaris, the common thyme of the gardens, is collected from the rocky hills in the department of Gard in ..."
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