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 Übersetzung für 'oak apple' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   an oak apple | oak apples
bot.
oak apple
Gallapfel {m}
Teiltreffer
bot.T
love apple / love-apple [Solanum aculeatissimum, syn.: S. khasianum]
Liebesapfel {m}
bot.T
hoary thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura wrightii]
Kalifornischer Stechapfel {m}
bot.T
sacred thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura wrightii]
Kalifornischer Stechapfel {m}
bot.T
hairy thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura wrightii]
Kalifornischer Stechapfel {m}
bot.T
hairy thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura wrightii]
Wrights Stechapfel {m}
bot.T
Jerusalem-oak / Jerusalem oak goosefoot [Chenopodium botrys, syn.: Dysphania botrys]
Drüsiger Gänsefuß {m}
bot.T
Jerusalem-oak / Jerusalem oak goosefoot [Chenopodium botrys, syn.: Dysphania botrys]
Mottenkraut {n} [Klebriger Gänsefuß]
bot.T
Jerusalem-oak / Jerusalem oak goosefoot [Chenopodium botrys, syn.: Dysphania botrys]
Klebriger Drüsengänsefuß {m}
bot.T
Jerusalem-oak / Jerusalem oak goosefoot [Chenopodium botrys, syn.: Dysphania botrys]
Gewöhnlicher Drüsengänsefuß {m}
bot.T
Jerusalem-oak / Jerusalem oak goosefoot [Chenopodium botrys, syn.: Dysphania botrys]
Klebriger Gänsefuß {m}
bot.T
hoary thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura metel, syn.: D. alba, D. chlorantha, D. fastuosa]
Wrights Stechapfel {m}
bot.T
recurved thorn-apple / thorn apple [Datura metel, syn.: D. alba, D. chlorantha, D. fastuosa]
Wrights Stechapfel {m}
bot.T
love apple / love-apple [Solanum mammosum]
Euter-Nachtschatten / Euternachtschatten {m}
bot.T
love apple / love-apple [Solanum mammosum]
Zitzen-Nachtschatten / Zitzennachtschatten {m}
bot.T
common thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula]
Weißer Stechapfel {m}
bot.T
(common) thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula]
Tollkraut {n}
bot.T
(common) thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula]
Teufelsapfel {m}
bot.T
(common) thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula]
Stachelnuss {f}
bot.T
purple thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula]
Tollkraut {n}
bot.T
common thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula]
(Gemeiner) Stechapfel {m}
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Übersetzung für 'oak apple' von Englisch nach Deutsch

oak apple
Gallapfel {m}bot.

love apple / love-apple [Solanum aculeatissimum, syn.: S. khasianum]
Liebesapfel {m}bot.T
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hoary thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura wrightii]
Kalifornischer Stechapfel {m}bot.T
sacred thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura wrightii]
Kalifornischer Stechapfel {m}bot.T
hairy thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura wrightii]
Kalifornischer Stechapfel {m}bot.T

Wrights Stechapfel {m}bot.T
Jerusalem-oak / Jerusalem oak goosefoot [Chenopodium botrys, syn.: Dysphania botrys]
Drüsiger Gänsefuß {m}bot.T

Mottenkraut {n} [Klebriger Gänsefuß]bot.T

Klebriger Drüsengänsefuß {m}bot.T

Gewöhnlicher Drüsengänsefuß {m}bot.T

Klebriger Gänsefuß {m}bot.T
hoary thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura metel, syn.: D. alba, D. chlorantha, D. fastuosa]
Wrights Stechapfel {m}bot.T
recurved thorn-apple / thorn apple [Datura metel, syn.: D. alba, D. chlorantha, D. fastuosa]
Wrights Stechapfel {m}bot.T
love apple / love-apple [Solanum mammosum]
Euter-Nachtschatten / Euternachtschatten {m}bot.T

Zitzen-Nachtschatten / Zitzennachtschatten {m}bot.T
common thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula]
Weißer Stechapfel {m}bot.T

(Gemeiner) Stechapfel {m}bot.T
(common) thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula]
Tollkraut {n}bot.T

Teufelsapfel {m}bot.T

Stachelnuss {f}bot.T
purple thorn-apple / thornapple / thorn apple [Datura stramonium, syn: D. inermis, D. stramonium tatula, D. tatula]
Tollkraut {n}bot.T
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The caterpillars feed on oak, apple and pear.
  • The event occurred annually on 30 January, 29 May, and 5 November, respectively the anniversaries of King Charles' death, Oak Apple Day, and Guy Fawkes Night.
  • This event was celebrated nationally on 29 May as Oak Apple Day, which is continued to this day in some communities.
  • Records show Bradfield's bells were not only rung on Sundays but also to commemorate events of national importance, such as on 5 November "for the Gunpowder Treason" and from 1660 onwards on 29 May (Oak Apple Day) to celebrate The Restoration.
  • Accounts of other traditional customs on 29 May are usually linked to Royal Oak Day (Oak Apple Day) and include the surviving customary rights in Grovely Wood at Great Wishford, Wiltshire, and Garland King Day at Castleton (Derbyshire).

  • The Royal Oak symbol and Oak Apple Day commemorate the escape of King Charles II from the grasp of the parliamentarians after his father's execution: he hid in an oak tree to avoid detection before safely reaching exile.
  • The village still celebrates Arbor Day, a tree dressing ceremony related to Oak Apple Day, annually on the last Sunday in May.
  • A much richer and deeper black dye was eventually found made from the oak apple or "gall-nut".
  • In Ireland, Oak Apple Day was made a public holiday under the Act of Settlement 1662.
  • Oak Apple Day or Royal Oak Day was a national holiday celebrated in England for a number of centuries, on 29 May, to commemorate the restoration of the English monarchy.

  • According to a mediaeval custom, villagers of Great Wishford have a right to gather firewood in Grovely Wood on Oak Apple Day, May 29.
  • Great Wishford is one of the few villages that still celebrate Oak Apple Day on 29 May each year.
  • On Castleton Garland Day (Oak Apple Day – 29 May), a "Garland King" is paraded around the streets wearing an extremely large garland of flowers, followed by local girls dressed in white with flowers.
  • To commemorate this, each year on Oak Apple Day (29 May), an oak branch is mounted on the top of the church tower to symbolise the historical allegiance.
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