marjoram oil, distilled from Origanum majoranoides, and obtained entirely from Cyprus.
By maid marjoram, said he that was going thither, but I will.
Stuff larger incisions with breadcrumbs highly seasoned with salt, pepper, onions, thyme and marjoram.
If it is caused by the brain, take syrup of betony and marjoram.
The flavorings may be varied; savory and marjoram are sometimes used, garlic for some tastes, also a little tomato.
marjoram, mr′jo-ram, n. an aromatic plant used as a seasoning in cookery.
You have amply satisfied me as to the potency of the late Mrs. marjoram's pharmacopoeia.
Page 233: "majoram" changed to "marjoram" (Origanum majorana (or common marjoram)).
In the fragrance of the summer air mingled the pungent odors of thyme and marjoram, sage and rosemary.
The caterpillar feeds on thyme (Thymus Serpyllum) and marjoram (Origanum vulgare).
late 14c., from Old French majorane (13c., Modern French marjolaine), from Medieval Latin maiorana, of uncertain origin, probably ultimately from India (cf. Sanskrit maruva- "marjoram"), with form influenced by Latin major "greater."