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mar·jo·ram

(mar'jō-ram),
Sweet, leaf, or garden marjoram whose leaves, with and without a small portion of the flowering tops of Majorana hortensis (Origanum majorana) (family Labiatae), are used as seasoning and medicinally as a stimulant, carminative, and emmenagogue.

marjoram

Herbal medicine
A perennial herb that is carminative and possibly diuretic.
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And scented herbs such as majoram and lavender are irresistible too.
"I bought her two grandmothers - Mint and Majoram - a few years ago and started breeding them.
4:33.) Low, Baldensperger and Crowfoot (who describe it as |the little grey-green majoram with fragrant smell and masses of tiny white flowers, growing so commonly on rocks and terrace walls'), and Post all identify [nu] [sigma] [sigma] [omega] [pi] o [zeta] with Origanum maru (illustrated by Mrs Crowfoot on p.
Mae ganddo flodau pinc/porffor ac yn aml iawn mi welwn ni rai sydd wedi dianc o'r ardd, penrhudd yr ardd (Origanum majorana; pot majoram) yn tyfu'n wyllt.
Fatfield FC ran out 4-0 victors over Hebburn Reyrolle Lightning, Majoram nabbing all four goals.
Boyes bagged a brace for Lions, but goals from Majoram and Laing (2) sealed the 3-2 win.