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/ˈpäpē/,
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poppies, plural;
  1. A herbaceous plant with showy flowers, milky sap, and rounded seed capsules. Many poppies contain alkaloids and are a source of drugs such as morphine and codeine


  1. annual or biennial or perennial herbs having showy flowers
  2. A poppy is one of a group of a flowering plants belonging to the poppy family, many grown in gardens for their colorful flowers.
  3. Poppy is a musical comedy with music by Stephen Jones and Arthur Samuels, and lyrics and book by Dorothy Donnelly, with contributions also from Howard Dietz, W. C. Fields and Irving Caesar. The musical introduced songs such as "Two Make a Home", "On Our Honeymoon", "What Do You Do Sunday, Mary? ...
  4. The Brak Show is an animated series consisting of 15-minute episodes on the Cartoon Network that aired during Adult Swim. The show was a spin-off of the hit animated TV show, Space Ghost Coast to Coast, and featured recurring characters from that show and Cartoon Planet. ...
  5. The following is a list of minor characters that first appeared in the ITV soap opera Coronation Street in 2008, by order of first appearance.
  6. Poppy seed is an oilseed obtained from the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum). The tiny kidney-shaped seeds have been harvested from dried seed pods by various civilizations for thousands of years. ...
  7. Poppy is a feminine given name derived from the name of the flower "poppy", derived from the Old English popæg and referring to various species of Papaver. The name is rising in popularity in the United Kingdom. ...
  8. Poppy is a musical comedy play about the Opium Wars. The play takes the form of a pantomime, complete with Dick Whittington, a pantomime dame, and two pantomime horses. The book and lyrics were written by Peter Nichols, and "the composer was Monty Norman.
  9. Hachette Book Group (HBG) is a publishing company owned by Hachette Livre, the largest publishing company in France, and the second largest publisher in the world. Hachette Livre is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lagardère Group. ...
  10. POPPY is the code name given to a series of U.S. intelligence satellites operated by the National Reconnaissance Office. The POPPY satellites recorded ELINT data, targeting radar installations in the Soviet Union.
  11. (Poppies (song)) Radio Ethiopia is an album by the Patti Smith Group, released in October 1976 on Arista Records.
  12. (The Poppies (American band)) The Poppies were a 1960's girl group formed and headed by Dorothy Moore and Fern Kinney.
  13. (The Poppies (Welsh band)) The Poppies were a cult favourite within the Welsh rock scene during the mid 2000s known for their driving fast-paced performances and eccentric front man.
  14. Any plant of the species Papaver, with crumpled often red petals and a milky juice; a bright red colour, tinted with orange, like that of the poppy flower; a simple artificial poppy worn in the buttonhole to remember the fallen in the two World Wars; of a bright red colour, tinted with orange, ...
  15. Poppies seen in dreams, represents a season of seductive pleasures and flattering business, but they all occupy unstable foundations. If you inhale the odor of one, you will be the victim of artful persuasions and flattery. ...
  16. is the common name for any of the plants comprising the Papaver genus in the flowering plant family Papaveraceae, characterized by large, showy, terminal flowers growing on long, hairy stalks, and flower buds that are nodding or bent downwards, turning upwards as they are opening. ...
  17. A symbol of death. Red poppies are a symbol of Remembrance Day (11 November), which commemorates the dead of the First and Second World Wars.
  18. (noun) a small orangish-red flower referred to in the poem “In Flanders Field” and often associated with Veterans Day
  19. money. Cockney rhyming slang, from 'poppy red' = bread, in turn from 'bread and honey' = money.
  20. Eternal sleep, oblivion, imagination. Associated with ninth wedding anniversary. Imagination. Dreaminess.
  21. ELINT program (1962–1971) continuing Naval Research Laboratory's GRAB (1960–1961)
  22. “With a poppy or a lily in your mediæval hand…” The poppy was also much favoured by the Pre–Raphaelites. It has a prominent place in Rossetti’s famous painting Beata Beatrix.