Definition of Sweet marjoram

1. Noun. Aromatic European plant native to Mediterranean and Turkey; not widespread in Europe.

Exact synonyms: Knotted Marjoram, Majorana Hortensis, Origanum Majorana
Group relationships: Genus Origanum
Generic synonyms: Origanum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sweet Marjoram

sweet flags
sweet four o'clock
sweet gale
sweet goldenrod
sweet granadilla
sweet gum
sweet gum tree
sweet gum trees
sweet hereafter
sweet iron
sweet leaf
sweet lemon
sweet lime
sweet marjoram (current term)
sweet melon
sweet melon vine
sweet mother of Jesus
sweet nothings
sweet oil
sweet oils
sweet orange
sweet orange tree
sweet oranges
sweet pea
sweet peas
sweet pepper
sweet pepper plant
sweet pepperbush

Literary usage of Sweet marjoram

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

1. The Shakespeare Garden by Esther Singleton (1922)
"Ill sweet marjoram, Thyme, and Savory MARJORAM (Origanum vulgare) was a favorite ... An old writer informs us that "sweet marjoram is not only much used to ..."

2. An Encyclopædia of Gardening: Comprising the Theory and Practice of by John Claudius Loudon (1860)
"It is in flower from July to November, and is propagated from seed, but chiefly from rooted slips. 4075. The winter sweet marjoram fs the O. ..."

3. The English Physician Enlarged: With Three Hundred and Sixty Nine Medicines by Nicholas Culpeper (1801)
"sweet marjoram. SWEET Marjoram is fo well known, being an inhabitant in every garden, ... neither of the Winter sweet marjoram or Pot Marjoram. ..."

4. The New American Gardener: Containing Practical Directions on the Culture of by Thomas Green Fessenden (1832)
"... of a reddish appearance, in July and August. This species is only used in cookery, in default of the others. The WINTER sweet marjoram is the O. ..."

5. Kettner's Book of the Table: A Manual of Cookery, Practical, Theoretical by Eneas Sweetland Dallas (1877)
"... three moderate-sized mild onions, three blades of mace, a faggot of thyme, sweet marjoram, and parsley, and about three quarts of good beef stock. ..."

6. The Shakespeare Garden by Esther Singleton (1922)
"Ill sweet marjoram, Thyme, and Savory MARJORAM (Origanum vulgare) was a favorite ... An old writer informs us that "sweet marjoram is not only much used to ..."

7. An Encyclopædia of Gardening: Comprising the Theory and Practice of by John Claudius Loudon (1860)
"It is in flower from July to November, and is propagated from seed, but chiefly from rooted slips. 4075. The winter sweet marjoram fs the O. ..."

8. The English Physician Enlarged: With Three Hundred and Sixty Nine Medicines by Nicholas Culpeper (1801)
"sweet marjoram. SWEET Marjoram is fo well known, being an inhabitant in every garden, ... neither of the Winter sweet marjoram or Pot Marjoram. ..."

9. The New American Gardener: Containing Practical Directions on the Culture of by Thomas Green Fessenden (1832)
"... of a reddish appearance, in July and August. This species is only used in cookery, in default of the others. The WINTER sweet marjoram is the O. ..."

10. Kettner's Book of the Table: A Manual of Cookery, Practical, Theoretical by Eneas Sweetland Dallas (1877)
"... three moderate-sized mild onions, three blades of mace, a faggot of thyme, sweet marjoram, and parsley, and about three quarts of good beef stock. ..."

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