ETYM Old Eng. bratt coarse garnment, AS. bratt cloak, from the Celtic; cf. W. brat clout, rag, Gael. brat cloak, apron, rag, Irish brat cloak; properly then, a child's bib or clout; hence, a child.
1. A coarse kind of apron for keeping the clothes clean; a bib.
2. (Pejorative) A child; an offspring.
ETYM French cive, from Latin cepa, caepa, onion. Related to Cives, Cibol.
Or chives; Bulbous perennial European plant Allium schoenoprasum of the lily family Liliaceae. It has long, tubular leaves and dense, round flower heads in blue or lilac, and is used as a garnish for salads.
An herb, slightly onion-flavored.
A perennial plant (Allium schoenoprasum) related to the onion and having slender leaves used as a seasoning; also; its leaves — usually used in plural; compare garlic chive.
The difference in temperature between the set point and the actual process temperature. Also, referred to as droop.
A plate makes an inked impression on a rubber-blanketed cylinder, which in turn transfers it to the paper; SYN. offset printing.
ETYM From Run.
1. Someone who travels on foot by running.
2. A trained athlete who competes in foot races.
3. The rails or glides on which something can move along, usually over snow or ice.
4. A person who is employed to deliver messages or documents.
scion / saɪən /
Množina reči scion je scions.
ETYM Old Fren. cion, French scion, probably from scier to saw, from Latin secare to cut. Related to Section.
A descendent or heir.
Young member of family; shoot of plant, especially taken for grafting.
1. A slender tapering blade or stalk (as of grass)
2. The upper tapering part of something (as a tree or antler); pinnacle
3. A tapering roof or analogous pyramidal construction surmounting a tower; steeple
4. The elongated, tapering tower atop a church or cathedral.
5. The inner or upper part of a spiral gastropod shell consisting of all the whorls except the whorl in contact with the body
ETYM AS. sprec; akin to Icel. sprek a stick. Related to Spray a branch.
An ornament that resembles a spray of leaves or flowers.
sprout / spraʊt /
Množina reči sprout je sprouts.
ETYM Cf. AS. sprote a sprout, sprig; akin to Icel. sproti, German sprosse. Related to Sprout.
1. A newly grown bud (especially from a germinating seed).
2. Any new growth of a plant such as a new branch or a bud.