Definition of Spanish garlic

1. Noun. European leek cultivated and used like leeks.




Lexicographical Neighbors of Spanish Garlic

Spanish bayonet
Spanish broom
Spanish burgoo
Spanish capital
Spanish cedar
Spanish cedar tree
Spanish chestnut
Spanish chestnuts
Spanish dagger
Spanish donkey
Spanish donkeys
Spanish elm
Spanish fever
Spanish flu
Spanish fly
Spanish garlic
Spanish gorse
Spanish green
Spanish grunt
Spanish guitar
Spanish ham
Spanish heath
Spanish influenza
Spanish iris
Spanish lime
Spanish lime tree
Spanish mackerel
Spanish monetary unit
Spanish moss
Spanish oak

Literary usage of Spanish garlic

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

1. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1846)
"The spanish garlic, which is used with ... It is mark- worthy, too, that this we cannot well remedy, as spanish garlic and onions on being transplanted into ..."

2. Gatherings from Spain by Richard Ford (1846)
"To give spanish garlic its due, it must be said that, when administered by a ... spanish garlic and onions degenerate after three years' planting when ..."

3. The Spaniards & Their Country by Richard Ford (1852)
"To give spanish garlic its due, it must be said that, when administered by a ... spanish garlic and onions degenerate after three years' planting when ..."

4. The Spaniards & Their Country by Richard Ford (1852)
"To give spanish garlic its due, it must be said that, when administered by a ... spanish garlic and onions degenerate after three years' planting when ..."

5. The American Home Garden: Being Principles and Rules for the Culture of by Alexander Watson (1859)
"Rocambole, or spanish garlic, is a milder variety, cultivated .in the same manner and for the same uses. * GREENS. Greens are either young plants raised in ..."

6. The Cook and Housewife's Manual: Containing the Most Approved Modern by Christian Isobel Johnstone (1828)
"spanish garlic-Sauce.—Slice a pound of gravy- beef and a quarter-pound of ham into thin bits, and lay them in a small stewpan, with four cloves of garlic, ..."

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