yarrow

Yarrow vs Tansy - What's the difference?

yarrow | tansy |


As a noun yarrow

is any of several pungent eurasian and north american herbs, of the genus achillea , used in traditional herbal medicine or yarrow can be (uk) the green woodpecker, picus viridis .

As a proper noun tansy is

.

Pigweed vs Yarrow - What's the difference?

pigweed | yarrow |


As nouns the difference between pigweed and yarrow

is that pigweed is any of various weedy plants sometimes used as pig fodder: amaranthus'', ''chenopodium album'', and ''portulaca while yarrow is any of several pungent eurasian and north american herbs, of the genus achillea , used in traditional herbal medicine or yarrow can be (uk) the green woodpecker, picus viridis .

Yarrow - What does it mean?

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Yarrow vs Carrow - What's the difference?

yarrow | carrow |


As nouns the difference between yarrow and carrow

is that yarrow is any of several pungent eurasian and north american herbs, of the genus achillea , used in traditional herbal medicine or yarrow can be (uk) the green woodpecker, picus viridis while carrow is a strolling gamester in ireland.

Yarrow vs Harrow - What's the difference?

yarrow | harrow |


As nouns the difference between yarrow and harrow

is that yarrow is any of several pungent eurasian and north american herbs, of the genus achillea , used in traditional herbal medicine or yarrow can be (uk) the green woodpecker, picus viridis while harrow is a device consisting of a heavy framework having several disks or teeth in a row, which is dragged across ploughed land to smooth or break up the soil, to remove weeds or cover seeds; a harrow plow.

As a verb harrow is

to drag a harrow over; to break up with a harrow.

As an interjection harrow is

(obsolete) a call for help, or of distress, alarm etc.

Yarrow vs Farrow - What's the difference?

yarrow | farrow |


As a noun yarrow

is any of several pungent eurasian and north american herbs, of the genus achillea , used in traditional herbal medicine or yarrow can be (uk) the green woodpecker, picus viridis .

As a proper noun farrow is

.

Barrow vs Yarrow - What's the difference?

barrow | yarrow |


As a proper noun barrow

is .

As a noun yarrow is

any of several pungent eurasian and north american herbs, of the genus achillea , used in traditional herbal medicine or yarrow can be (uk) the green woodpecker, picus viridis .

Marrow vs Yarrow - What's the difference?

marrow | yarrow |


As nouns the difference between marrow and yarrow

is that marrow is (lb) the substance inside bones which produces blood cells or marrow can be (geordie|informal) a friend, pal, buddy, mate while yarrow is any of several pungent eurasian and north american herbs, of the genus achillea , used in traditional herbal medicine or yarrow can be (uk) the green woodpecker, picus viridis .

Arrow vs Yarrow - What's the difference?

arrow | yarrow |


As nouns the difference between arrow and yarrow

is that arrow is a projectile consisting of a shaft, a point and a tail with stabilizing fins that is shot from a bow while yarrow is any of several pungent eurasian and north american herbs, of the genus achillea , used in traditional herbal medicine or yarrow can be (uk) the green woodpecker, picus viridis .

As a verb arrow

is to move swiftly and directly (like an arrow).

As a contraction arrow

is (obsolete).

Narrow vs Yarrow - What's the difference?

narrow | yarrow |


As nouns the difference between narrow and yarrow

is that narrow is (chiefly|in the plural) a narrow passage, especially a contracted part of a stream, lake, or sea; a strait connecting two bodies of water while yarrow is any of several pungent eurasian and north american herbs, of the genus achillea , used in traditional herbal medicine or yarrow can be (uk) the green woodpecker, picus viridis .

As an adjective narrow

is having a small width; not wide; slim; slender; having opposite edges or sides that are close, especially by comparison to length or depth.

As a verb narrow

is to reduce in width or extent; to contract.

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