what is difference between coreopsis and tickseed
New Latin, from Ancient Greek κόρις (kóris, “bedbug”) + New Latin -opsis (“resembling in appearance”), from Ancient Greek ὄψις (ópsis, “aspect, appearance”)
coreopsis (plural coreopses or coreopsises)
- Any of several composite herbs, of genus Coreopsis, typically with bright yellow flowers.
Borrowed from New Latin Coreopsis, from Ancient Greek κόρις (kóris, “bedbug”) + New Latin -opsis (“resembling structure”) (from Ancient Greek ὄψις (ópsis, “aspect, appearance”)).
- IPA(key): /ˌkoː.reːˈ(j)ɔp.sɪs/, /ˌkoː.reːˈ(j)ɔp.səs/
- Hyphenation: co‧re‧op‧sis
coreopsis f (plural coreopsissen)
- (botany) A coreopsis, a plant in the genus Coreopsis of composite herbs
- meisjesogen pl
From tick + seed, from tick (“the insect”).
tickseed (plural tickseeds)
- A seed or fruit resembling a tick in shape, or in clinging to the skin or hair/fur.
- A plant producing such seed or fruit, such as those in the genera:
- Bidens, beggarticks.
- Coreopsis, coreopsis
- Corispermum, bugseeds
- Desmodium, tick-trefoils
- Bidens on Wikispecies.Wikispecies
- Coreopsis on Wikispecies.Wikispecies
- Corispermum on Wikispecies.Wikispecies
- Desmodium on Wikispecies.Wikispecies
- seed tick