Word: honeysuckle

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Synonyms: honeysuckle

meeting house

Translations: honeysuckle

spanish
madreselva, la madreselva, madreselvas, de la madreselva


german
geißblatt

french
chèvrefeuille

italian
caprifoglio, di caprifoglio, del caprifoglio, il caprifoglio

portuguese
madressilva, da madressilva, madressilvas, de madressilva

dutch
kamperfoelie, Honeysuckle, de Kamperfoelie, van de kamperfoelie, kamperfoelieroze

russian
жимолость

norwegian
kaprifol, kaprifolium, linnea

swedish
kaprifol, kaprifolen, kaprifolium

finnish
kuusama, Kuusamat, kuusamaa

danish
kaprifolium, kaprifolier, kaprifolie, Gedeblad, Honeysuckle

czech
zimolez, Honeysuckle, zimolezu

polish
wiciokrzew

hungarian
lonc, a lonc

turkish
hanımeli, Honeysuckle

greek
αιγόκλημα, αγιόκλημα, το αγιόκλημα, αγιοκλήματος

ukrainian
жимолость

albanian
dorëzonjë, lulemustak

bulgarian
орлови нокти, орлов нокът, на орлови нокти, нокът, орлови

belarusian
бружмель

estonian
kuslapuu, Kuusama, kuslapuud, kuslapuu lõhnast

croatian
orlovi nokti, kozja krv

icelandic
Honeysuckle

lithuanian
sausmedis, sausmedžių, sausmedžio, Kapryfolium

latvian
sausserdis, sausserža, sausseržu

macedonian
орли помине

romanian
caprifoi, de caprifoi, caprifoiul, aducând a caprifoi

slovenian
kovačnik, kovačnika, Orlovi

slovak
zimolez, zemolez, zimozel

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The meaning and "use of": honeysuckle

noun
  • a widely distributed climbing shrub with tubular flowers that are typically fragrant and of two colors or shades, opening in the evening for pollination by moths.

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