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    ramson - der Bärlauch auch: Bärenlauch wiss.: Allium ursinum

    Wrong entry

    ramson bot. - der Bärlauch auch: Bärenlauch wiss.: Allium ursinum

    Correction

    ramsons

    bot. -

    der Bärlauch auch: Bärenlauch wiss.: Allium ursinum


    Examples/ definitions with source references
    Ramsons, buckrams, wild garlic, broad-leaved garlic, wood garlic or bear's garlic (Allium ursinum) is a wild relative of chives.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramsons

    Ramsons or wild garlic grows from a small bulb and often spreads to form large clumps.
    http://www.plantpress.com/wildlife/o738-ramso...



    Comment
    Im Netz gibt es viele Seiten mit "ramson", von denen aber auch viele non-native sind.
    Das American Heritage Dictionary (s.u.) sagt "Often used in the plural." Aber ist das wirklich ein Plural? Die beiden oben zitierten Sätze "Ramsons ... is ..." und "Ramsons ... grows ..." sind doch wohl grammatisch korrekt, oder?


    SYLLABICATION:ram·son
    PRONUNCIATION: rmzn, -sn
    NOUN:A Eurasian garlic (Allium ursinum) having broad, stalked, oblong to lance-shaped leaves and bulbous roots used in salads and relishes. Often used in the plural.
    http://www.bartleby.com/61/54/R0035400.html
    AuthorEmil 14 (299747) 31 Jan 09, 22:17
    Suggestions

    ramson(s), buckram(s)

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    Bärlauch, Bärenlauch



    Context/ examples
    Ramsons, buckrams or bear's garlic (Allium ursinum) is a wild relative of chives. The systematic name derives from the fact that brown bears like to eat the bulbs of the plant and dig up the ground to get at them, as do wild boar.

    http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Ramson
    Comment
    sing. + (often) pl.
    #1Authorw01 Feb 09, 14:56
    Suggestions

    ramson(s), buckram(s)

    -

    Bärlauch, Bärenlauch



    Context/ examples
    Ramsons, buckrams or bear's garlic (Allium ursinum) is a wild relative of chives. The systematic name derives from the fact that brown bears like to eat the bulbs of the plant and dig up the ground to get at them, as do wild boar.

    http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Ramson
    Comment
    sing. + (often) pl.
    #2Authorw01 Feb 09, 14:56
     
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