hazel vs hazelnut what difference

what is difference between hazel and hazelnut

English

Etymology

From Middle English hasel, from Old English hæsl (hazel, shrub), from Proto-West Germanic *hasl, from Proto-Germanic *haslaz (hazel), from Proto-Indo-European *kóslos (hazel). Cognate with Dutch hazelaar (hazel), German Hasel (hazel), Swedish hassel (hazel), Latin corulus, corylus (hazel-tree, hazelwood), Irish coll (hazel).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈheɪzəl/
  • Rhymes: -eɪzəl

Noun

hazel (usually uncountable, plural hazels)

  1. (countable) A tree or shrub of the genus Corylus, bearing edible nuts called hazelnuts or filberts.
    • 1895, S. R. Crockett, A Cry Across the Black Water
      The green turf was velvet underfoot. The blackbirds fluted in the hazels there.
  2. (countable) The nut of the hazel tree.
  3. (uncountable) The wood of a hazelnut tree.
  4. (countable and uncountable) A greenish-brown colour, the colour of a ripe hazelnut.
  5. (mining, countable) Freestone..

Quotations

  • , Scene I
    Kate, like the hazel-twig,
    Is straight and slender, and as brown in hue
    As hazel nuts, and sweeter than the kernels.

Synonyms

  • (nut): filbert, hazelnut

Derived terms

Translations

Adjective

hazel

  1. Of a greenish-brown colour. (often used to refer to eye colour)

Translations

See also

  • lamb’s tails
  • sweet gum
  • Appendix:Colors

References

Anagrams

  • Zahlé, hazle

Dutch

Etymology

From Middle Dutch hasel, from Old Dutch *hasal, from Proto-West Germanic *hasl.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈɦaː.zəl/
  • Hyphenation: ha‧zel

Noun

hazel m (plural hazels)

  1. (rare, dated, literary) hazel
    • 1822, Jacob Geel, Proeven eener navolging van de Lady of the Lake van Walter Scott, vol. 1, in Magazijn voor Wetenschappen, Kunsten en Letteren, vol. 2, page 11.
    • 1894, De Sociale gids. Socialistisch tijdschrift voor Noord- en Zuid-Nederland, page 322.
    • 1924 August 27, Kees van Bruggen, “Het bad aan de Blauwe Zee. Clytemnestra, Klein Duimpje en de laatsten der Azteken”, Algemeen Handelsblad (evening edition, part 2), vol. 97, no. 31420, page 5.
    • 1925 February 22, Reinder Jakobus de Stoppelaar, “De Hazelaar”, Het Vaderland (morning edition), B, page 1.
    Synonym: hazelaar

Derived terms

  • hazelaar
  • hazelhoen
  • hazelmuis
  • hazelnoot
  • hazelroede
  • hazelworm
  • hazelwortel

Extremaduran

Alternative forms

  • jadel

Etymology

From Latin faciō (I do, I make). Cognate with Italian fare, French faire, Spanish hacer, Asturian facer, facere, Fala fel and Portuguese fazer

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [ haˈðel ]

Verb

hazel

  1. to do, to make

Quotations

“Esta sala de tanta estoria molinera es gastá ogañu pa hazel ritus paganus, pos se vein un pentagrama canteau pabaxu conas letras ebreas enas cincu puntas pintau ena paré i ala isquierda un oju de Oru.” Cúyu pan esgarras? – “El molinu las Pilas dela Conquista la Sierra”

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Verb

hazel

  1. Alternative form of hawlse


English

Alternative forms

  • hazel nut

Etymology

Equivalent to hazel +‎ nut; from Middle English haselnote, from Old English hæselhnutu (hazelnut). Cognate with West Frisian hazzenút (hazelnut), Saterland Frisian Hoaselnuute (hazelnut), Dutch hazelnoot, German Haselnuss.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈheɪzəlnʌt/
  • Rhymes: -ʌt

Noun

hazelnut (plural hazelnuts)

  1. The fruit of the hazel tree.

Synonyms

  • cob, cobnut (usually the common hazel (Corylus avellana) which grows in the UK and Europe; filbert (usually the American hazel (Corylus americana or Corylus maxima) which is common in Oregon.)

Derived terms

  • American hazelnut (Corylus americana)
  • beaked hazelnut (Corylus cornuta)
  • California hazelnut (Corylus cornuta subsp. californica)
  • Chilean hazelnut (Gevuina avellana)
  • hazelnut aphid (Corylobium avellanae)
  • hazelnut gall midge (Mikomyia coryli)
  • hazelnut mite (Tetranycopsis horridus)
  • Siberian hazelnut (Corylus heterophylla)

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