|beet, root of beets||beetroot|
|(Statistics) measure of the degree to which statistical data varies from the mean (equal to the square root of the average of the square roots of the deviations)||SD (standard deviation)|
|3-lettered, having three letters, triliteral word or root, with 3 consonants||triliteral|
|aconite, plant having poisonous roots; extract from the poisonous root of an aconite||aconitum|
|act of deriving something, proof, source, origin; something that has been derived; act of deriving; (Grammar) process of making new words from a root word (ex: "painting from the word "paint"), word formation||derivation|
|act of inducing a twig to root while still attached to the parent plant (Gardening)||layerage|
|alkaloid extracted from the root of a North American plant (used in medicine), poisonous plant extract used medicinally||hydrastine|
|allheal, Eurasian plant with medicinal root, sedative drug derived from a plant of the same name, sedative made from valerian||valerian|
|allowing transmission in one direction, apartment on one floor, geometric figure or element, having only one part or element; of or pertaining to a telecommunications system that works in only one direction at a time, root form of word, simple||simplex|
|anatomical root, ancestry, intersection of axes, muscle attachment, source, source; beginning; birth, parentage, nationality, starting point||origin|
|ancient fragrant ointment, Himalayan plant, nard, plant with aromatic root||spikenard|
|any of a number of plants having poisonous roots; dried poisonous roots of these plants, extract of plant root, monkshood, plant with hooded flowers, winter aconite||aconite|
|any of a number of plants whose roots are thought to be a cure for snakebites; root of a snakeroot plant, medicinal plant||snakeroot|
|any species of tropical tree from the genus Rauwolfia, root used to make sedative drugs, tropical SE Asian tree||rauwolfia|
|Asian palm, feather shaft, root of sweet flag, type of plant||calamus|
|base number, number used as the base for a numerical system; source, origin (Mathematics), root||radix|
|basic, chemical group, excellent, favoring major changes, free radical, growing from root, having extreme political views; fundamental, pertaining to a root; advocating complete reform, mathematical root, of a mathematical root, of word roots, person w...||radical|
|beet grown for sugar||sugar beet|
|beet soup, eastern European soup containing beets and cabbage and other ingredients||borscht|
|beetroot, plant with swollen root, root of beet plant as vegetable, see also:mangelwurzel, see also:spinach beet, sugar beet||beet|
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