lawn englannista suomeksi
ruohikko, pihanurmikko, nurmikko, nurmi
An open space between woods.
An overgrown agar culture, such that no separation between single colonies exists.
1897, (w), ''Dracula'':
- The stream had trickled over her chin and stained the purity of her lawn death robe.
1939, (w), ''The Big Sleep'', Penguin 2011, p. 144:
- He looked through the glass at the fire, set it down on the end of the desk and wiped his lips with a sheer lawn handkerchief.
A piece of clothing made from lawn.
1910, Margaret Hill McCarter, ''The Price of the Prairie'':
- (..) she was as the wild yoncopin to the calla lily. Marjie knew how to dress. To-day, shaded by the buggy-top, in her dainty light blue lawn, with the soft pink of her cheeks and her clear white brow and throat, she was a most delicious thing (..)
(soft mutation of)