broom


broom
broom ракитник, Gytisus
base broom дрок красильный, Genista tinctoria
Butcher's broom иглица шиповатая, Ruscus aculeatus
green broom ракитник метельчатый, Cytisus scoparius
monnlight broom ракитник метельчатый жёлтый (Cytisus scoparius var. sulphureus)
prostrate broom ракитник стелющийся, Cytisus decumbens
purple broom ракитник пурпурный, Cytisus purpureus
scaly broom лепидоспартум, Lepidospartum
Scotch broom ракитник метельчатый, Cytisus scoparius
Spanish broom метельник прутьевидный, Spartum junceum
sweet broom вереск обыкновенный, Calluna vulgaris
thorn broom улекс европейский, английский дрок, Ulex europaeus
weaver's broom дрок испанский, Genista junceum
whin prickly broom улекс европейский, английский дрок, Ulex europaeus
white broom ракитник многоцветковый, Cytisus multiflorus
yellow broom баптисия красильная, Baptisia tinctoria

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  • Broom — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Bobby Broom (*1961), US amerikanischer Jazzgitarrist und Musikpädagoge Jacob Broom (1752–1810), US amerikanischer Politiker Jacob Broom (1808–1864), US amerikanischer Politiker James M. Broom (1776–1850),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Broom — (br[=oo]m), n. [OE. brom, brome, AS. br[=o]m; akin to LG. bram, D. brem, OHG. br[=a]mo broom, thorn?bush, G. brombeere blackberry. Cf. {Bramble}, n.] 1. (Bot.) A plant having twigs suitable for making brooms to sweep with when bound together; esp …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • BROOM — BROOM, the biblical rotem (Ar. ratam), the wild shrub Retam roetam, widespread in the deserts of Israel and in sandy regions. It produces a few leaves in the winter, which it sheds in the summer, its green stalks filling the function of the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • broom — broom; broom·ie; broom·ing; broom·rape; broom·stick; …   English syllables

  • broom|y — «BROO mee», adjective. 1. covered with or abounding in broom. 2. of a broom or besom. 3. like broom or a broom …   Useful english dictionary

  • broom — brüm, bru̇m n any of various leguminous shrubs (esp. genera Cytisus and Genista) with long slender branches, upright growth, small leaves, and usu. showy yellow flowers esp SCOTCH BROOM see BROOM TOP * * * (br m) any of various s …   Medical dictionary

  • broom — [bru:m, brum] n ↑broom [: Old English; Origin: brom broom plant ;] [Sense: 1; Origin: because broom branches were used for making brushes] 1.) a large brush with a long handle, used for sweeping floors 2.) [U] a large bush with small yellow… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • broom — [bro͞om, broom] n. [ME & OE brom, brushwood < IE base * bh(e)rem , to project, a point > BERM, BRAMBLE] 1. any of a group of flowering shrubs (esp. genera Cytisus, Genista, and Spartium) of the pea family, often grown for their abundant,… …   English World dictionary

  • broom — O.E. brom broom, brushwood, the common flowering shrub whose twigs were tied together to make a tool for sweeping, from P.Gmc. *bræmaz thorny bush (Cf. Du. braam, Ger. Brombeere blackberry ), from PIE root *bh(e)rem to project, a point. Both the… …   Etymology dictionary

  • broom — ► NOUN 1) a long handled brush used for sweeping. 2) a shrub with many yellow flowers and small or few leaves. ● a new broom sweeps clean Cf. ↑a new broom sweeps clean ORIGIN Old English, related to BRAMBLE(Cf. ↑ …   English terms dictionary

  • Broom — Broom, v. t. (Naut.) See {Bream}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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