Definition of Giant garlic

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

Lexicographical Neighbors of Giant Garlic

giant conch
giant coreopsis
giant crab
giant drusen
giant eland
giant fern
giant fir
giant follicular lymphoblastoma
giant follicular thyroiditis
giant forest hog
giant foxtail
giant frog
giant frogs
giant fulmar
giant garlic (current term)
giant gastric folds
giant granadilla
giant helleborine
giant hives
giant hornet
giant house spider
giant hypertrophy of gastric mucosa
giant hyssop
giant kangaroo
giant kettle
giant lizard
giant lymph node hyperplasia
giant magnetoresistance

Literary usage of Giant garlic

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

1. Sea-Board of Mendip: An Account of the History, Archaeology and Natural by Francis Arnold Knight (1902)
"This beautiful plant, which came from Southern Europe, may, like the giant Garlic, the Alexanders, and perhaps also the Caper Spurge, have been introduced ..."

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