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Institutionea Rei Herbaria, Tragus, H. De Stirpibus, Turner, R. Botanologia, 1C Turner, W. Names of Plants, Ulfilas, ed. Massmann, Wedgwood, H.

English Etymology, Scripture Herbal, Winning, W. Manual of Philology, Wright, Th. Domestic Manners in the Middle Ages, Reliquiae Antiquae, Middle-age Latin.

Old English of the 12th, Boh. Old French. Old High German. Officinal Latin. Erse or Old Irish. Old Norse, the ancient Est. Old Saxon of Lower Ger- FL Flemish.

Frisian, Pol. Gael Gaelic of the Highlands. Gothic of Ulfilas. Scotch of the Lowlands. Low German, Platt- Zend. The old language of Per- deutsch.

Modern Greek. ON THE POPULAR NAMES OF BRITISH PLANTS. AARON, a corruption of L. ABELE, Du. Our Abele is this Dutch name, abeel, with which it was introduced from Holland in Evelyn's time Silva, 1, Populus alba, L.

ACACIA, Gr. Pseudacacia, L. ACH, Fr. Turner says "is of all poysones the most hastie poysone. WINTER-, Eranthis hyemalis, D.

ADDER'S TONGUE, from the Du. ADDERWORT, the snakeweed or bistort, from its writhed roots, Polygonum Bistorta, L. AFFADYL, M.

AGARICK, L. AGRIMONY or EGREMONY, in Chaucer egremoine, L. Eupatorium, L. ALBESPYNE, in old works the name of the white- or haw-thorn, from the whiteness of its rind as contrasted with that of the black-thorn, Fr.

ALDER, formerly, and still locally, and more properly, OF BRITISH PLANTS. Garnett would connect it with words implying moisture, as uligo, ulva, etc.

The similarity of the Danish elle with the name of fairies in that language, elle-tra, and elk-folk, has misled Goethe to give the name of erlen-konig to the fairy-king.

There is no etymological connection between the two. Alnus glutinosa, L. BLACK-, or BERRY-BEARING-, a buckthorn that was wrongly associated by the older botanists with the alder, but distinguished from it by bearing berries, Rhamnus Frangula, L.

ALECOST, from L. See COSTMARY. Balsamita vulgaris, L. ALE-HOOF, ground-ivy, from ale, and hoof, which appears to be the A.

Grimm would regard it as a compound of ei, ivy, and loof, leaf, but, as we shall see under IVY, the bush has been so named from the herb, and not the herb from the bush.

See GILL. Nepeta Glechoma, Benth. See Dodoens, p. Smyrnium Olus atrum, L. ALISSON or ALISON, L. Alyssum, from Gr.

That of modern botanists is a genus of Cruciferse, Alyssum, L. ALKANET, Fr. ALKEKENGI, from the Arabic, Physalis Alkekengi, L.

ALL-BONE, a name taken from the Gr. In Cheshire it is called " Breakbones" from their snapping off at the joints. Stellaria Holostea, L.

ALLGOOD, Du. Chenopodium Bonus Henricus, L. ALL-HEAL, see CLOWN'S ALL-HEAL. ALL-SEED, from the great quantity of its seed, Radiola Millegrana, Sm.

ALSIKE, Sw. Lunden in N. Trifolium hybridum, L. AMADOU, from the Fr. AMARANTH, Gr. The original species was one that, from its quality of reviving its shape and colour when wetted with water, was much used by the ancients for winter chaplets.

The phrase in St. Peter s 1st Epis. The plants which botanists call so are the species of the genus to which the " Love lies bleeding" belongs.

Amarantus, L. AMBROSE, a name given in old writings to some sweet- scented herb, from Gr. It is uncertain what plant was meant by the Greek term, but whatever this may have been, Matthioli tells us in his Comment on Dioscorides, 1.

The Pr. The name is now assigned by botanists to a plant of the wormwood kind, Ambrosia, L. Tjcraffo' Kfpafffff Se vtitrap epvOpov. AMEOS, the genitive of Ammi, used, like Caruy, for the seed of the plant, A.

ANEMONY, Gr. Tears plenteous as his blood she pours amain. But gentle flowers are born, and bloom around, From every drop that falls upon the ground : "Where streams his blood, there blushing springs the Rose, And where a tear has dropp'd a "Wind-flower blows.

Whether the flower that we now call Anemony, was that which the Sicilian writers meant, is a question, into which it were here out of place to enter.

Pliny tells us H. Ovid describes it as a very fugacious flower, and after comparing it with that of the Pomegranate, says Met.

The name is now applied to the genus Anemone, L. ANET, dill seed, from L. ANGELICA, its Lat. Plant, p. ANISE, or as in " The Englishman's Docter," ANNY, " Some Anny seeds be sweet, and some more bitter.

ANTHONY, ST. APPLE, A. Lett, ahboli. In all the Celtic and Sclavonian languages the word is, with allowance for dialect, the same.

This similarity, or, we may say, identity of name, among alien nations would lead us to believe that it was brought with the tree from some one country, and that, no doubt, an Eastern one; and that the garden apple is not, as it is often supposed to be, merely an improved crab, but rather the crab a degenerate apple.

This was, apparently, the only fruit with which our ancestors were acquainted, before they came into Europe ; for, with the exception of a few wild berries and the hazel nut, it is the only one for which we have a name that is not derived from the Latin or French.

It seems to have accompanied them on a northern route from the western spur of the Himalayan mountains, a district extending through Ancient Bactria, Northern Persia, and Asia Minor, to the Caucasus, and one from which we have obtained, through the Mediterranean countries, and within the historical period, the peach, apricot, plum, damson, cherry, filbert, vine, and walnut, and probably some of the cereal grains ; a district in which there is reason to think that our portion of the human race first attained to civilization, and whence it spread, with its domestic animals and plants, to the south-east and north-west.

The meaning of the word is unknown. It is very possibly from Skr. The remarkable coincidences of name, to which allusion has been made, are due to the intimate con- nection with each other of all the Ind-European nations and their languages, from their having grown up in the same nursery together in Upper Asia, and dispersed sub- sequently to their becoming acquainted with this fruit; and not to a mutual borrowing of it since their settlement in Europe.

Pyrus Malus, L. APRICOT, in Shakspeare M. A passage from Pliny Hist. One would have supposed that the Arabs living near the region of which the fruit is a native, might have either had a name of their own for it, or at least have borrowed one from Armenia.

But they have apparently adopted a slight variation of the Latin. The Spaniards must have had the fruit in Martial's time, [who alludes to it in the words : ' Vilia maternis fueramus praecoqua ramis, Nunc in adoptivis persica cara sumus.

The Italians again copy the Spanish, not the Latin, and call it albicocco. The French from them have abricot. The English, though they take their word from the French, 10 POPULAR NAMES at first called it abricock restoring the 7c , and lastly with the French termination, apricot.

ARACH, in Pr. ARCHAL, a lichen called more commonly Orchil, Koccella tinctoria, D. ARCHANGEL, M. Michael's day, the 8th of May, old style, and thence sup- posed to be a preservative against evil spirits and witch- craft, and particularly against the disease in cattle called elfshot, G.

The name is applied to an umbelliferous plant, Angelica archangelica, L. WHITE-, Lamiuli album, L.

YELLOW-, Lamium Galeobdolon, Or. ARNUT, or ERNTJT, Du. ARROW-GRASS, a translation of its Greek name, triglochin, from the three points of its capsules, rpet?

ARROW-HEAD, from the shape of the leaves, Sagittaria sagittifolia, L. ARSMART, Fr. Cynara Scolymus, L. ASH, A. CBSC, Da. From the toughness of the wood it was much used for spear-shafts, and A.

Fresne in the same manner was used in France for a spear, whence the expression brandir le fresne. It was further extended to the man who bore it, and he was himself called CBSC.

Being also the wood of which boats were built, the A. The derivation and primary meaning of Ash is obscure. It is not improbably con- nected with L.

Fraxinus excelsior, L. MOUNTAIN-, the rowan, from a fancied resemblance of its pinnate leaves to those of the ash-tree, and its usual place of growth, Pyrus aucuparia, Gart.

ASH-WEED, AISB- or AX-WEED, from its ternate leaves somewhat resembling those of the ache or celery. See ACHE.

ASPARAGUS, Gr. ASPEN, the adjectival form of ASPE, the older and more correct name of the tree, and that which is used by Chaucer and other early writers ; A.

The plant so called by Greek writers of a later age, was one that had edible roots, that were laid in tombs to be food for the dead, and is that to which Charon alludes in Lucian's KaraTrKovs, c.

Down here with us there is nothing to be had but asphodel, and libations, and oblations ; and that in the midst of mist and darkness ; but up in heaven it is all bright and clear, and plenty of ambrosia there, and nectar without stint.

There is some ground to suspect that it was the original claimant of an expressive name that has since passed to the dandelion.

The plant of the Greek poets is supposed to be the Narcissus poeticus, L. That of Lucian and of modern botanists, Asphodelus, L.

That of our earlier English and French poets, Narcissus Pseudonarcissus, L. SCOTCH-, Tofieldia palustris, Huds. ASSES-FOOT, Fr. ASS-PARSLEY, in old works given as the translation of Fr.

ASTER, Gr. AUTUMN-BELLS, from its bell-shaped flowers and their season of opening, Gentiana Pneumonanthe, L. OF BRITISH PLANTS. MOUNTAIN-, Dry as octopetala, L.

WATER-, or NODDING-, Geum rivale, L. AVEROYNE, of the Stockholm Med. AWL-WORT, from its subulate leaves, Subularia aquatica, L.

AYE-GREEN, ever-green, a translation of Lat. Aye is the A. The plant so called from its conspicuous tufts of evergreen leaves, the houseleek, is Sempervivum tectorum, L.

BACHELOR'S BUTTONS, a name given to several flowers "from their similitude to the jagged cloathe buttons, antiently worne in this kingdom," according to Johnson's Gerarde, p.

BALDMONEY, or BAWD-MONEY, the mew, a corruption of L. The Grete Herball, ch. Howbeit they be very like in properties and vertue, and be put eche for other, but Sistra is of more vertue than Mew, and the leaves be lyke 14 POPULAR NAMES an herbe called valde bona, and beareth small sprigges as spiknarde.

It groweth on hye hylles. BALLOCK-GKASS, A. BALM, BAULM, or BAWM, contracted from Balsam, L. Smith from Hebr. BASTARD-, Melittis Melissophyllum, L.

BALSAM, or BALSAMINE, see above, Impatiens Noli me tangere, L. BANEBERRY, A. Hill says in his Herbal p. Acta3a spicata, L.

BANEWORT, from its being supposed, like several other marsh plants, to bane sheep, and Salmon tells us that it does so by ulcerating their entrails.

Ranunculus Flammula, L. BAN EGRESS, from its growing in hedge banks, the hedge mustard, Sisymbrium officinale, L. BARBARA, ST. BARBERRY or BERBERRY, M.

BARLEY, called in Sloane MS. Chronicle, A. Verstegan says that the name of barley was OF BRITISH PLANTS.

It would seem that, as the language be- came corrupted by the settlement of Danes and French in the country, and the vowels less correctly pronounced, the lie was added to prevent confusion.

The dictionary deri- vation of it from the Welsh barlys is untenable, both for philological reasons, and for that it is highly improbable that the English of the twelfth century would have bor- rowed from a half-civilized mountain race a name for a familiar plant.

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