Definition of Sea holm

1. Noun. European evergreen eryngo with twisted spiny leaves naturalized on United States east coast; roots formerly used as an aphrodisiac.

Exact synonyms: Eryngium Maritimum, Sea Eryngium, Sea Holly
Group relationships: Eryngium, Genus Eryngium
Generic synonyms: Bush, Shrub



Definition of Sea holm

1. Noun. sea holly ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Medical Definition of Sea holm

1. Sea holly. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sea Holm

sea grass
sea green
sea gudgeon
sea gudgeons
sea gull
sea gull murmur
sea hare
sea hawk
sea heath
sea hedgehog
sea hedgehogs
sea hen
sea hog
sea hogs
sea holly
sea holm (current term)
sea holms
sea horse
sea horses
sea hulver
sea ice
sea island cotton
sea ivories
sea ivory
sea jellies
sea jelly
sea kale
sea king
sea kings
sea kittens

Literary usage of Sea holm

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1. A first book in old English: Grammar, Reader, Notes, and Vocabulary by Albert Stanburrough Cook (1894)
"... tossing of the sea, boisterous sea. holm-weard (43), warden of the sea. holm.weg (43), path of the ocean. holt (47), grove, forest. [Ger. ..."

2. A First Book of Old English: Grammar, Reader, Notes, and Vocabulary by Albert Stanburrough Cook (1894)
"... tossing of the sea, boisterous sea. holm-weard (43), warden of the sea. holm-weg (43), path of the ocean. holt (47), grove, forest. [Ger. Holz ; cf. ..."

3. A First Book in Old English: Grammar, Reader, Notes and Vocabulary by Albert Stanburrough Cook (1894)
"... tossing of the sea, boisterous sea. holm-weard (43), warden of the sea. holm-weg (43), path of the ocean. holt (47), grove, forest. [Ger. Holz ; cf. ..."

4. Calendar of the Close Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office: Prepared by Great Britain Public Record Office, H. C. Maxwell Lyte, William Henry Stevenson, Great Britain Court of Chancery, England Sovereign (1272-1307 : Edward I) (1906)
"See Holme, Holme-next-the-sea Holm, Gilbert de. 479. , John de, .352. of Holme-next-the-sea and Hun- , Nicholas de, keeper of the ports ..."

5. The History of Early English Literature: Being the History of English Poetry by Stopford Augustus Brooke (1905)
"... of the might of the sea (holm-maegen) or, as it may be translated, the vast fulness of the deep; and with a similar meaning, ..."

6. The History of Early English Literature: Being the History of English Poetry by Stopford Augustus Brooke (1892)
"... (the strength of the sea), so now we hear of the might of the sea (holm-maegen) or, as it may be translated, the vast fulness of the ..."

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