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El Vikivortaro


  • IFA ˈmədəʊ , plurnombro:  ˈmedəʊz 
  • IFAbrita  ˈmɛdəʊ 
  • IFAusona  ˈmɛdoʊ 
  • Sono :(lingvo -en-,
    dialekto -US-
el la malnovangla mǣdwe, fleksiita formo de[[mǣd** (vidu mead), el la praĝermana *mēdwō (komparu kun la okcidentfrisa mierde, dialecta nederlanda made, dialecta germana **Matte** (“mounta herbejo”)), el la hindeŭropa *h₂met- ‎(“falĉi, rikolti”) (komparu kun la kimra medi, latina metere, malnovgreka ἄμητος (ámētos, “rikolto”)), plilongo de *h₂meh₁-. Pli pri tio ĉe mow.


Angla substantivo
English noun
wildflower meadow
-- sovaĝfloro en herbejo


  1. herbejo
[1] "A fair sight was Nottingham Town on the day of the shooting match. All along upon the green meadow beneath the town wall stretched a row of benches, one above the other, which were for knight and lady, squire and dame, and rich burghers and their wives; for none but those of rank and quality were to sit there."[1]
Vortfaradoj kaj vortgrupigadoj
alpine meadow, edge of the meadow, meadowy, meadow ant, meadow brown, meadow buttercup, meadow rue, meadow saffron, meadow sage, mountain meadow, sloping meadow, upland madow, water meadow, wet meadow
  1. A field or pasture; a piece of land covered or cultivated with grass, usually intended to be mown for hay; an area of low-lying vegetation, especially near a river.
    • But then I had the [massive] flintlock by me for protection. ¶ [] The linen-press and a chest on the top of it formed, however, a very good gun-carriage; and, thus mounted, aim could be taken out of the window at the old mare feeding in the meadow below by the brook,Ŝablono:nb....
    • 1907, Harold Bindloss, chapter 1, The Dust of Conflict
      [] belts of thin white mist streaked the brown plough land in the hollow where Appleby could see the pale shine of a winding river. Across that in turn, meadow and coppice rolled away past the white walls of a village bowered in orchards, []
    • 1956, Delano Ames, chapter 7, Crime out of Mind
      Our part of the veranda did not hang over the gorge, but edged the meadow where half a dozen large and sleek horses had stopped grazing to join us.
  2. Low land covered with coarse grass or rank herbage near rivers and in marshy places by the sea.
    the salt meadows near Newark Bay
    • 2013 januaro 1, Nancy Langston, “The Fraught History of a Watery World”, American Scientist, volume 101, number 1, page 59: 
      European adventurers found themselves within a watery world, a tapestry of streams, channels, wetlands, lakes and lush riparian meadows enriched by floodwaters from the Mississippi River.
Derived terms[redakti]
  • catch-meadow|meadow barley|meadow beauty|meadow bright|meadow buttercup|meadow clary|meadow clover|meadow cranesbill|meadow cress|meadow dermatitis|meadow fern|meadow fescue|meadow foxtail|meadow frog|meadow golden|meadow grass|meadow horsetail|meadow jumping mouse|meadow leek|meadow lily|meadow mouse|meadow muffin|meadow mushroom|meadow nematode|meadow ore|meadow oxeye|meadow pea|meadow pink|meadow pipit|meadow rue|meadow saffron|meadow salsify|meadow saxifrage|meadow spikemoss|meadow spittlebug|meadow starling|meadow thistle|meadow violet|meadow vole|meadowage|meadowed|meadower|meadowing|meadowish|meadowland|meadowlark|meadowless|meadowsweet|meadow-wink|meadowy|queen of the meadow|water meadow
Referencoj kaj literaturo
[1] Macmillan Dictionary, far Macmillan Education Limitedmeadow (brita), meadow (usona)
[1] Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary meadow
[1] Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus meadow
[1] (vortaro angla-angla, trezoro kaj enciklopedio) meadow
Fontoj kaj citaĵoj