Definition of Field chamomile

1. Noun. European white-flowered weed naturalized in North America.

Exact synonyms: Anthemis Arvensis, Corn Chamomile, Corn Mayweed
Generic synonyms: Composite, Composite Plant
Group relationships: Anthemis, Genus Anthemis



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Field Chamomile

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field balm
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field bindweed
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field capacity
field chamomile (current term)
field chickweed
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field emission display

Literary usage of Field chamomile

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1. The Western Antiquary by William Henry Kearley Wright (1885)
"The path field : from cammen, a way, a path ; or, the chamomile field. Chamomile flowers are called camels in Cornwall. CANE PARK.— Kein Park. ..."

2. Agricultural Botany: Theoretical and Practical by John Percival (1921)
"... field chamomile, ox-eye daisy, narrow-leaved plantain, soft round-leaved cranesbill (Geranium molle L.); the seeds of which are egg- shaped, ..."

3. The Homoeopathic Materia Medica by Alphonse Téste, Charles Julius Hempel (1854)
"... of chamo- mile that is said to keep off insects ; this observation does not relate to the common field-chamomile, but to the matricaria parthenium, ..."

4. Agricultural Botany, Theoretical and Practical by John Percival (1913)
"The impurities to be looked for are the small dock (Rumex Acetosella L.)., field chamomile, ox-eye daisy, narrow-leaved plantain, soft round-leaved ..."

5. The American Botanist edited by Willard Nelson Clute (1911)
"The field chamomile is not so offensive and its lavender rays project straight out from the disk. Providence, RI PROLIFERATION IN A PEACH BLOSSOM. ..."

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