Definition of marjoram
: any of various usually fragrant and aromatic Old World mints (genus Origanum) often used as seasoning
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Toss parsley, chives, marjoram, lemon juice, and reserved radishes in a medium bowl; season with salt and pepper.
More mint, oregano and their relatives from roots Mint, oregano, marjoram and other herbs in the mint family spread by roots to form big patches.
Some herbs are more difficult to direct seed, so purchase transplants – sage, rosemary, thyme, stevia, lavender, bee balm, catmint, savory, oregano, marjoram, chamomile, fennel, mint and lemon balm.
Herbs: Anise, basil, bay laurel, chives, dill, ginger, marjoram, mint, oregano, sage and thyme.
Herbs: Anise, basil, bay laurel, chives, dill, ginger, marjoram, mint, oregano, sage and thyme. 6.
In a medium pot, combine 1 cup water with the vinegar, sugar, bay leaf, garlic, marjoram, thyme and allspice and bring to a boil.
Herbs: Anise, basil, bay laurel, cardamom, chives, coriander, dill, lemon balm, oregano, rosemary, sage, savory, sweet marjoram, mint, tarragon and thyme. 6.
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Origin and Etymology of marjoram
Middle English mageram, marjolane, from Middle French majorane, marjolaine, from Medieval Latin majorana
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of marjoram for English Language Learners
: an herb that has a pleasant smell and is often used in cooking
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