Honey ( /ˈhʌni/) is a sweet food made by bees using nectar from flowers. The variety produced by honey bees (the genus Apis) is the one most commonly referenced. It is the type of honey collected by beekeepers and consumed by humans. Honey produced by other bees and insects has distinctly different properties.
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Some articles on honey:
... Lamarck's honey bee or the Egyptian honey bee is a subspecies of honey bee native to the Nile valley of Egypt and Sudan, named after Jean-Baptiste ... It is considered defensive, low in honey yield and exhibiting good hygienic behavior ... It is a dark honey bee with yellow abdomen, and is a small subspecies like the races South of the Sahara ...
... Golden Puffs Cinnamon Golden Puffs Honey and Oat Blenders Honey Buzzers Honey Graham Squares Honey Nut Scooters Marshmallow Mateys Puffed Rice Puffed Wheat Raisin Bran Scooters Tootie Fruities ...
... "Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance" is a song recorded by Henry Thomas in 1928 ... The album included Thomas's recording "Honey, Won't You Allow Me One More Chance?" and was probably the source of Dylan's version ...
... Bitter Honey is the solo debut album by American singer/songwriter and Clem Snide head Eef Barzelay ... Rolling Stone magazine ranked "Ballad of Bitter Honey" as one of the 100 Best Songs of 2006 ...
... Apiculture should be given more attention because honey as the main bee product is irreplaceable in nutrition ... Besides honey, bee products are considered to be wax used in chemical and pharmaceutical industry, propolis, royal jelly and bee venom ... Honey production is an additional activity of the population by which the family budgets are increased ...
More definitions of "honey":
- (verb): Sweeten with honey.
- (noun): A sweet yellow liquid produced by bees.
- (adj): Having the color of honey.
Famous quotes containing the word honey:
“Yknow the trouble with us is, weve both got the same diseasemoney, and happy ways of spending it.”
—Mark Hanna, and Nathan Hertz. Honey Parker (Yvette Vickers)
“Ah, like a comet through flame she moves entranced
Wrapt in her music no bird song, no, nor bough
Breaking with honey buds, shall ever equal.”
—Stephen Spender (19091995)
of the luminous grey-eyes,
of honey and marble implacable white thighs
chaste daughter of Zeus.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)