hawthorn fruit

The fruit of the hawthorn tree or bush. It has been used in some cultures to treat certain medical problems, including heart problems and gastrointestinal problems.

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  • Hawthorn — Haw thorn (h[add] th[^o]rn ), n. [AS. haga[thorn]orn, h[ae]g[thorn]orn. See {Haw} a hedge, and {Thorn}.] (Bot.) A thorny shrub or tree (the {Crat[ae]gus oxyacantha}), having deeply lobed, shining leaves, small, roselike, fragrant flowers, and a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • hawthorn — [OE] The hawthorn appears to be etymologically the ‘hedgethorn’. Its first element, haw, which in Old English was haga, goes back to a prehistoric Germanic *khag , which also produced English hedge and possibly haggard (German hagedorn, Dutch… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • hawthorn — [OE] The hawthorn appears to be etymologically the ‘hedgethorn’. Its first element, haw, which in Old English was haga, goes back to a prehistoric Germanic *khag , which also produced English hedge and possibly haggard (German hagedorn, Dutch… …   Word origins

  • hawthorn — haw·thorn (hawґthorn″) [A.S. hagathorn, from haga hedge + thorn] 1. a shrub or tree of the genus Crataegus. 2. a preparation of the flowers, fruit, and leaves of certain species of Crataegus, having a mechanism of action similar to that of… …   Medical dictionary

  • hawthorn — haw•thorn [[t]ˈhɔˌθɔrn[/t]] n. pln any of various small trees of the genus Crataegus, rose family, with stiff thorns and bright colored fruit, often cultivated as hedges • Etymology: bef. 900; ME; OE haguthorn, c. MD hagedorn, ON hagthorn. See… …   From formal English to slang

  • hawthorn — n. any thorny shrub or tree of the genus Crataegus, esp. C. monogyna, with white, red, or pink blossom and small dark red fruit or haws. Etymology: OE hagathorn (as HAW(1), THORN) …   Useful english dictionary

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