Definitions for wortwɜrt, wɔrt
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usually used in combination: `liverwort'; `milkwort'; `whorlywort'
unfermented or fermenting malt
a plant of any kind
an infusion of malt which is unfermented, or is in the act of fermentation; the sweet infusion of malt, which ferments and forms beer; hence, any similar liquid in a state of incipient fermentation
Origin: [OE. worte, wurte, AS. wyrte; akin to OD. wort, G. wrze, bierwrze, Icel. virtr, Sw. vrt. See Wort an herb.]
WORT is a listener-sponsored community radio station, broadcasting from 118 S. Bedford St. in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. WORT offers a range of programming. WORT's FM signal reaches a roughly 50-mile radius around Madison. In early 2006, the station began webcasting all of its programming in both high quality and low quality streams. WORT also maintains an archive of recent news and public affairs programs available for podcast, download, or stream.
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The protein helps to keep the blood sugar stable so it does n’t crash and wake you up -- and then there ’s herbs like St. John's Wort, passionflower and Melissa Officinalis that all help to soothe the nervous system.
In the summer there is arrowgrass, which tastes of coriander, all year round we find scurvy grass, which is what the Vikings used to bring around Europe as a medicinal herb. We also call it wasabi wort because of its intensity, just like horseradish.
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