Definition of Origanums

1. origanum [n] - See also: origanum



Lexicographical Neighbors of Origanums

oriflamme
oriflammes
origami
origamic
origamic architecture
origamilike
origamis
origamist
origamists
origane
origanes
origans
origanums (current term)
origin
origin of replication
originable
original
original aspect ratio
original research
original sin
originalism
originalist
originalists
originalities
originality
originally
originalness

Literary usage of Origanums

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1886)
"With Two Hundred and Seventy Woodcuts. Medium bvn. 12i. 6d. MICRO-ORGANISMS AND DISEASE. An Introduction to the Study of Specific Micro-origanums. By FJ. ..."

2. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1836)
"The country was covered with wormwood, and in some parts with origanums, which sent forth a refreshing and agreeable odour.$ Among the evidences of the ..."

3. Narrative of a Voyage to Madeira, Teneriffe and Along the Shores of the by William Robert Wilde (1844)
"... verdure of the valleys we had left, and masses of scoria, covered with origanums, burst through the surface. The attention is here arrested by a number ..."

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