English to Nepali Meaning :: basil

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Noun(1) any of several Old World tropical aromatic annual or perennial herbs of the genus Ocimum(2) (Roman Catholic Church, 329-379(3) leaves of the common basil; used fresh or dried

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(1) Toss a few sprigs of fresh basil , parsley and dill with the baby greens for a healthy burst of flavor.(2) The herbs you use in soup are your personal choice, but they often include basil , dill, rosemary, parsley, thyme, peppercorns and bay leaves.(3) My favorite herbs to grow are basil , oregano, lemon balm, parsley and mint.(4) Some easy-to-grow annual herbs that can be transplanted to your garden next spring include basil , dill, oregano, chives, coriander, and anise.(5) One authority recommends armadillo sausages, well flavoured with coriander seed, basil and bay leaves, garlic, and nutmeg.(6) Rosemary and thyme both release their flavours in the heat of the oven - unlike the softie herbs such as basil , marjoram and oregano which can't take the heat and are best avoided here.(7) And as every gardener should, I pinch the basil back to make it bush out.(8) The real taste of yum comes from adding fresh celery, mint, and basil leaves.(9) My grandpa passed away last year and one of my favourite memories is seeing him in the garden with the tomatoes and the basil watering them down and looking after them!(10) For fresh flavorings this summer, plant basil , chives, cilantro, oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage, and thyme.(11) The large pasta squares were perfectly cooked and served in a goat cheese sauce, adorned with fresh basil leaves and strips of delectable sun-dried tomato.(12) Some people were sitting and having an argument on who watered the basil and sage last.(13) Thyme, oregano, basil , tarragon, and parsley are all likely contenders for windows with ledges at nose height.(14) Chopped fresh herbs - such as parsley, chives, basil or chervil, or a combination - can be used for an optional garnish.(15) Caterpillars have invaded the basil and have been merrily chomping away!(16) The site is a former dairy farm, now given over to a variety of herbs - ranging from basil , parsley, coriander and chives to edible flowers and mixed salad leaves.
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(1) sweet basil ::
मीठो तुलसी
1. sweet basil ::
मीठो तुलसी
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