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CALVES-SNOUT, the snapdragon, Fr. Antirrhinum majus, L. CAMMOCK, A. In the former sense it occurs in Piers Plowman's Vision, 1. Cockayne in Leechdoms, v.

The term kambuck is still given in Suffolk to the kexes. CAMPION, from having been used in the chaplets with which champions at the public games were crowned.

MEADOW-, the Ragged Robin, Lychnis flos cueulK L. Moss-, from its moss-like tufts, Silene acaulis, L. ROSE-, from the colour of the flower, Lychnis coronaria, L.

CANARY-GRASS, from being a grass of the Canary Islands, and used to feed Canary birds, Phalaris canariensis, L. REED-, Digraphis arundinacea, Trin.

CAN-DOCK, from its broad leaves, and the shape of its seed-vessel, like that of a silver can or flagon, Dan. CANDLE-BERRY, from the fruit of an American species of the genus yielding wax of which candles are made, Myrica Gale, L.

CANDLE-RUSH, from its pith being used for rush-lights, Juncus effusus, L. CANDY-TUFT, or CANDY-MUSTARD, a tufted flower brought from the Island of Candy, or Crete, Iberis umbellata, L.

CANKER, a tree-fungus, from its seeming to eat like a cancer into a decaying tree, Boletus, L. CANKER- ROSE, from its red colour and its detriment to arable land, the field poppy, Papaver Rhceas, L.

CAPER-PLANT, or WILD CAPER, from its immature seed vessels being used in sauce for the buds of the real caper, Euphorbia Lathyris, L.

CAPBIFOLY, M. Cock- ayne v. The similarity of the leaf of this shrub to that of the caper, and its habit of growing about walls and rocks, very naturally led the northern nations to confuse them together, and the blunder- ing mistake of cappari for eapri has given rise to the Fr.

Lonicera Caprifolium, L. CARDOON, Fr. CARLINB THISTLE, L. Carolina, so named after Charle- magne, Carl de groote, of whom the legend relates, as we learn from Tabernsemontanus vol.

Wherefore he prayed earnestly to God, and in his sleep there appeared to him an angel, who shot an arrow from a cross-bow, telling him to mark the plant upon which it fell, for that with that plant he might cure his army of the pestilence.

And so it really happened. Carlina vulgaris, L. CARNATION, incorrectly derived in general from the flesh colour of the flowers, and supposed to -be connected with L.

So Spenser, in his Shepherd's Calendar : " Bring coronations and sops in wine "Worn of paramours. CARPENTER'S-HERB, from its corolla seen in profile being shaped like a bill-hook, and, on the doctrine of signatures, supposed to heal wounds from edged tools, the self-heal, Prunella vulgaris, L.

CARRAWAY, M. Lat, carui semina, seeds of careum, Gr. Kapov, Carian, so called from its native country, Caria. This genitive case was adopted for the name of the seed, as in Arundel MS.

Carum carui, L. CARRAGEEN-MOSS, a sea-weed so called from an Irish word that means " a little rock," the name of some place in Ire- land where it was first collected for sale, Chondrus crispus, Lyngb.

CARROT, Fr. CARSE, an old spelling of cress, A. CASE-WEED, or CASSE-WEED, so called in allusion to its little purse-like capsules, from Fr.

CASSIDONY, L. CAT'S-EAR, from the shape of its leaves, Hypochseris maculata, L. CAT'S-FOOT, from its soft flower-heads, Gnaphalium dioicum, L.

CATS-MILK, from its milky juice oozing in drops, as milk from the small teats of a cat, Euphorbia helioscopia, L. CAT-MINT, or CAT-NEP, " because, 1 ' says Gerarde, p.

Nepeta cataria, L. CAT'S-TAIL, from its long cylindrical furry spikes, Typha latifolia, L. CATCH- FLY, from its glutinous stalks, the genus Silene, and Lychnis viscaria, L.

CATCH-WEED, a weed that catches the passer by, Galium Aparine, L. CELANDINE, L. This wonderful fact is received and repeated by every botanical writer of those days, and is embodied by the author of the Schola Salernitana, 1.

LESSER-, from its blossoming at the season when the swallow arrives, the pilewort, Ranunculus Ficaria, L. CENTAURY, or CENTORY, L.

What plant this was, is uncertain. The name is now given to the knapweeds, which the Germans, resolving centaurium into centum aureos, a hundred pounds, call Tausend Gulden.

Centaurea, L. Askham, in his Lytel Herball, says of it, " It is named the More Centory or Earthgall : his floures be yelowe in the croppe ;" and Dr.

Linacre in his version of Macer, that " More Centory or Earthgall hath leves lyke to the Lesse Centory, but more whyter, and yelowe flowers, and flowreth not but in the top.

Lyte, and other herbalists since his time, incorrectly assign the name to the knapweed, Centaurea nigra, L. CENTINODE, or CENTYNODY, hundred knot, from its many joints, L.

CETERACH, from a supposed Arabic or Persian word, chetherak, which Stapel on Theophrastus p. CHADLOCK, see CHEDLOCK. CHAFE-WEED according to Hooker in Fl.

CHAFF-WEED, A. CHALOTS, see SHALLOT. CHAMOMILE, L. WILD-, Matricaria chainomilla, L. CHARLOCK, CARLOCK, or CALLOCK, in Scotland SKEL- LOCH, A.

In a MS. The name is at present given to a wild mustard. Brassica Sinapistrum, Boiss. CHECKERED LILY, from the markings on the petals, Fritillaria Meleagris, L.

CHEDDAR PINK, from its place of growth in Somerset- shire, on the cliffs of that picturesque ravine, Dianthus csesius, L. CHEDLOCK, CHADLOCK, or KEDLOCK, A.

In the eastern counties chad means the refuse sifted from wheat. The name is now confounded with charlock, but in Westmacott's Scripture Herbal, p.

There is nothing related of St. Chad or Cedde, that in any way connects him with these weeds. CHEESE-RENNET, or -RUNNING, a name given to the yellow lady's bedstraw from its supposed power of curd- ling milk.

Galium verum, L. CHEET, the name of a spurious oil that in Gerarde's time was palmed off upon the public for the Spanish oil of Sesamum.

See below, GOLD OF PLEASURE. CHEIR, WILD-, the wallflower, from its Latin name, Cheiranthus Cheiri, L. CHEQUER-TREE, the service-tree, so called in Evelyn's Sylva, and in Sussex at the present day, from Choker, the choke-pear, being an antique pronunciation of the word which we find in the humorous old ballad of The Frere and the Boy, 1.

See CHOKE-PEAR. Sorbus domestica, L. CHERRY, from O. CHERISE, as it is spelt in Chaucer, a word that was mistaken for a plural of cherry, Fr.

Kepatros, a name brought with the tree from Asia Minor, Prunus Cerasus, L. BIRD'S-, a sort fit for birds only, Prunus Padus, L.

WILD-, or Gean, Prunus avium, L. CHERRY-WOOD, in Jacob's PI. HEMLOCK-, or ROUGH-, Caucalis Anthriscus, L. CHESSES, a name that by some mistake has been trans- ferred to this plant, the peony, from the poppy, which, from the shape of its capsule, was called chasses and chese-boules, Paeonia corallina, L.

CHESTNUT, L. Kaarravov, Castanea vesea, Lam. HORSE-, probably so named from its coarseness, but according to Parkinson Th.

April, 1. The word is omitted in the glossaries to Spenser, but occurs in Chaucer's Romaunt of the Rose, 1.

Cheiranthus Cheiri, L. CHICK-PEA, or CHICHES, It. CHICKLING, a spurious Chick ; cf. Vetchling and Cram- bling; Lathyrus, L.

CHICKWEED, A. Stellaria media, L. MOUSE-EAR-, Cerastium vulgatum, Huds. WINTER-GREEN-, Trientalis europsea, L. CHICORY, L.

Cichorium, Gr. Intybus, L. CHILDING CUDWEED, a parturient cudweed, Filago germanica, L. CHILDING PINK, a parturient pink, one that is called so from its throwing out younger and smaller flowers like a family of little children round it.

Thus in Lev. CHIVES, in R. Turner's Bot. CHOKE-PEAR, Fr. CHRISTMAS, from being used for decoration at that season, the holly, Ilex Aquifolium, L.

CHRIST'S LADDER, an old name, for we find it as Christis ledclere in catalogues of the fourteenth century. Erythrsea Centaurium, L.

CHURL'S HEAD, from its rough hairy involucre, Centaurea nigra, L. CHURL'S TREACLE, garlick, from its being regarded as a Triacle or antidote to the bite of venomous animals.

See POOR MAN'S TREACLE. Allium sativum, L. CHURN STAFF, from its straight stein spreading into a flat top, Euphorbia helioscopia, L. CIBBOLS, Fr.

CICELY, Gr. ROUGH-, Caucalis Anthriscus, Huds. WILD-, Chserophyllum sylvestre, L. CIDERAGE, Fr. Askham's Lytel Herball Quyncke- folye, Fr. MARSH-, Comarum palustre, L.

Ciss, abbreviated from Cicely. Hoflmann von Fallersleben OF BRITISH PLANTS. They would call the attention of the passers-by with a bell or a clapper, and receive their alms in a cup, or a bason at the end of a long pole.

The bell was usually of brass. The clapper is described as an instrument made of two or three boards, by rattling which they excited people to relieve them.

Capsella Bursa pastoris, L. CLAKY, M. This word Clary affords a curious instance of medical research. It was solved by the apothecaries into clear-eye, translated Oculus Christi, Godes-eie, and See- bright, and eye-salves made of it.

See Gerarde, p. Salvia Sclarea, L. CLAVER, Du. See CLOVER. CLEAVERS, or CLIVERS, the goosegrass, A.

It is likely that in this, as in so many other cases, a word, understood in one county in one sense, has been adopted, with some slight change, in another county in a different but equally appropriate sense; or that one form of the word has been learnt from a Dutch or Flemish book, and the other from a Friesic or Scandinavian.

Galium Aparine, L. GLIDERS, see CLITE. CLITE, CLITHE, GLIDERS, and CLITHEREN, a name of the goosegrass, probably from Oliver, by a change, not unfre- quent, of v to th ; or from Du.

CLIMBERS, from its habit of climbering, or attaching itself to objects, the Fr. CLOG-WEED, a shortened form of keyc-logge, as it is spelt in Turner of Tottenham, quoted by Way in a note to Pr.

CLOSE SCIENCES, the Dame's Violet, called, as Parkinson tells us Th. Sciney, no doubt, has arisen from its specific name, Damascena, understood as Darnels Scena.

Hesperis matronalis, L. CLOT-BUR, the bur-dock, called in Chaucer and in Pr. CLOTE, sometimes spelt incorrectly CLOD-BUR, A.

The name may possibly have some connection with clout, through a confusion between the Latin name of the plant, lappa, and Du. CLOVER, or, as it is more correctly spelt in all the herbals, and all our older writers, and in Lowland Scotch, CLAVER, Du.

It is evidently a noun in the plural number, probably a Frisian word, and means " clubs," from L. It is in fact the club of our cards, Fr.

Trifolium, L. ALSIKE-, Trif. BIRDSFOOT-, from its claw-like legumes, Lotus corniculatus, and Trigonella ornithopodioides, L.

HEART-, from the markings of the leaf, Medicago maculata, L. HORNED-, of W. Turner, the lucerne, Medicago sativa, L.

CLOWN'S ALLHEAL or WOUNDWORT, so called by Gerarde, p. CLUB-MOSS, a mossy plant with a club-like inflorescence, Lycopodium, L.

CLUB-RUSH, from its club-like inflorescence, the reed- mace, Typha latifolia, L. COB-NUT, from cob, a thick lump, A.

COCK'S COMB, of botanists, from the shape of the calyx, Khinanthus Crista galli, L. COCK'S COMB, of Hill's, and some other herbals, from the shape of its legume, the sainfoin, Onobrychis sativa, L.

COCK'S COMB of the gardeners, Celosia cristata, L. COCK'S-COMB-GRASS, from the shape of the panicle, Cynosurus echinatus, L. COCK'S-POOT, from the shape of the spike, Dactylis glomerata, L.

COCK'S-HEAD, from the shape of the legume, the sainfoin, Onobrychis sativa, L. COCKS, from children fighting the flower-stems one against the other.

See KEMPS. Plantago lanceolata, L. COCKLE, A. Cockle or Cokyl was used by Wycliffe and other old writers in the sense of a weed generally, but in later works has been appropriated to the gith, or corn pink.

Agrostemma Githago, L. CODLIN, originally coddling, from coddle, to stew or boil lightly, a boiling apple, an apple for coddling or boiling, a term used in Shakspeare, T.

CODLINS AND CREAM, from the odour of its flowers, or of its fresh shoots, or according to Threlkeld, of its OF BRITISH PLANTS.

COL, abbreviated by the Apothecaries from Coliander once used for Coriander, Coriandrum sativum, L. COLESEED, or COLLARD ; see GALE ; rape, Brassica Napus, L.

COLEWORT, or COLLET, cabbage, Brassica oleracea, L. COLMHNIER, a name given in the Herbals to the Sweet William, and also spelt Tolmeiner, which in Parkinson is divided into Toll-me-neer, as though the meaning had been Cull me-, or Toll me near, probably a fanciful explanation of a name derived from some unknown foreign word, d'Allemagne, perhaps ; see TOLMEINER.

Dianthus barbatus, L. COLT'S-FOOT, L. COLTZA, Flem. COLUMBINE, L. COM PREY, L. SPOTTED-, see LUNGWORT. CONSOUND, or CONSOUD, L. Convallaria majalis, L.

COP-ROSE, from it red rose-like flower and the cop- or button-like shape of its capsule, Papaver Rhreas, L.

CORAL-ROOT, from its branching and jointed root-stock resembling white coral, Corallorhiza innata, R. CORAL-WORT, from its white root, and the " divers small round knobs thereon resembling the knaggy eminences of coral," W.

Le jugement de l'histoire. Celui qui se trompe dans une intention qu'il croit bonne, on peut le combattre, on ne cesse pas de l'estimer.

Le monde a souvent des jugements malveillants Maupass. Nous nous jugeons suivant le jugement des hommes, au lieu de nous juger suivant le jugement du ciel.

Bloch , Apol. Former son jugement; rectitude de jugement. Les lettres de ce prince Waters, ; 2. Champion, p.

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Beginning: am The Fichtelgebirge Museum is a regional museum in Wunsiedel, formerly the 'capital' of the Sechsämterland and the county town Kreisstadt in the Fichtelgebirge mountains of central Germany.

Formerly important trades, such as those of the whitesmith and the potter, were superseded during the 19th century by new industries.

This generated a desire in the Fichtelgebirge region in to protect old trade skills and a museum was founded by the Fichtelgebirge Club.

For a long time its formation was believed to have been caused by natural disasters such as earthquakes. Today it is known that processes such as weathering and erosion over a long period are much more likely to have been responsible for the formation of the rock labyrinth.

Holenbrunn is a village in the Fichtelgebirge mountains. It is part of the town Wunsiedel in the north-east of the German state Bavaria.

Schönbrunn is a village in the heart of the Fichtelgebirge mountains in Bavaria, Germany. It is not far from Wunsiedel and has about 1, inhabitants along including Furthammer.

It was founded around as a small settlement within the castle. The oldest building is the church built around The area has a brewery, a few businesses and a construction industry.

JuliaDenis Pewny. Vaccinium uliginosum, L. COVENTRY BELLS, from their abundance near that town Ger. National Antiquities, The oldest building is the church built around Events by Eventful. Plinius Secundus, Historia Naturalis, ed. BURDOCK, a name that, properly speaking, is a pleonasm; for bur and dock both meant originally, the one in French, and the other in the Germanic languages, a flock or lump OF BRITISH PLANTS. Primula veris, L. Briigen, in Aalborg, means, when 28 POPULAR NAMES applied to rye, a crop of that grain sown on land that has borne rye the previous year.

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