Common misspellings for garden:
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Definition of garden:
- Gardens in the East, as the Hebrew word indicates, are enclosures on the outskirts of towns, planted with various trees and shrubs. From the allusions in the Bible we learn that they were surrounded by hedges of thorn, ( Isaiah 5:5 ) or walls of stone. ( Proverbs 24:31 ) For further protection lodges, ( Isaiah 1:8 ; Lamentations 2:6 ) or watchtowers, ( Mark 12:1 ) were built in them, in which sat the keeper, ( Job 27:18 ) to drive away the wild beasts and robbers, as is the case to this day. The gardens of the Hebrews were planted with flowers and aromatic shrubs, ( Solomon 6:2 ; 4:16 ) besides olives, fig trees, nuts or walnuts, ( Solomon 6:12 ) pomegranates, and others for domestic use. ( Exodus 23:11 ; Jeremiah 29:5 ; Amos 9:14 ) Gardens of herbs, or kitchen gardens, are mentioned in ( 11:10 ) and 1Kin 21:2 The rose garden in Jerusalem, said to have been situated westward of the temple mount, it is remarkable as having been one of the few gardens which, from the time of the prophets, existed within the city walls. The retirement of gardens rendered them favorite places for devotion.
- A small piece of land, appropriated to the cultivation of herbs, fruits,flowers, or vegetables. People v. Greenburgh, 57 N. Y. 550; Ferry v. Livingston, 115 U.S. 542. 6 Sup. Ct. 175, 29 L. Ed. 489.
- To lay out and cultivate a garden.
- To cultivate as a garden.
- To cultivate; till a garden.
- To lay out or cultivate a garden; to labor in a garden; to practice horticulture.
- To work in a garden: to practice gardening.
- To cultivate a garden.
- a yard or lawn adjoining a house
- the flowers or vegetables or fruits or herbs that are cultivated in a garden
- work in the garden; " My hobby is gardening"
- A piece of ground appropriated to the cultivation of herbs, fruits, flowers, or vegetables.
- A rich, well- cultivated spot or tract of country.
- A piece of ground set apart for the cultivation of flowers, fruit, vegetables, etc.; a place specially delightful, rich, or fruitful.
- A piece of ground on which flowers, etc., are cultivated.
- A cultivated inclosure.
- A piece of ground appropriated to the cultivation of plants, fruits, and flowers; a rich, well- cultivated spot or tract.
- Pertaining to a garden.