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aedes see yellow fever mosquito.
agrimony any of various related plants of the rose family that have compound feathery leaves and bear long clusters of small yellow flowers on spiky stalks, and a prickly fruit. [1/2 definitions]
aloe any of a genus of mostly African plants that have thick, jagged leaves and bear red or yellow flowers. [1/2 definitions]
alyssum any of a group of weedy low-growing plants of the mustard family, having tiny white or yellow four-petaled flowers borne on branched stalks. [1/2 definitions]
apple a firm round fruit with succulent white flesh and a red, green, or yellow skin. [1/3 definitions]
apricot a soft round fruit with fuzzy orange-pink or yellow skin. [1/3 definitions]
araroba a bitter yellow medicinal powder obtained from cavities in the trunk of a Brazilian tree; Goa powder. [1/2 definitions]
arbovirus any of a number of viruses that are transmitted by certain blood-sucking arthropods such as mosquitoes and ticks and that may cause encephalitis, yellow fever, or dengue fever.
arnica a medicinal plant of the aster family, having bright yellow, rayed blossoms. [1/2 definitions]
arsenic a poisonous chemical element that has thirty-three protons in each nucleus and occurs in brittle, grayish white crystalline masses or in yellow or black allotropes. (symbol: As) [1/2 definitions]
asphodel any of several flowering plants related to lilies, with tall spikes bearing clusters of usu. yellow or white flowers.
aster any of a large family of plants whose white, pink, blue, or purple flowers consist of numerous narrow petals around a yellow center.
barberry any of various shrubs, often spiny, that have leathery leaves and bear clustered yellow flowers and small ovoid red-orange berries.
Bartlett a large yellow juicy variety of pear.
basswood any of several types of linden tree, esp. the American linden, characterized by a yearly bloom of fragrant yellow flowers. [1/2 definitions]
Bermuda onion any of several large mild-flavored onions with a white or yellow flesh, grown in Bermuda and the southern United States.
bignonia any of various tropical American woody vines that bear trumpet-shaped red or yellow flowers.
bioflavonoid any of a group of yellow hydrocarbon pigments found in many flowers and fruits, once thought to be important as a vitamin in humans; vitamin P.
bird of paradise any of several brightly colored African plants, esp. a perennial cultivated for its large brilliant orange or yellow blue-tongued flower that resembles a bird. [1/2 definitions]
bituminous coal a mineral coal that yields pitch and tar and has a yellow smoky flame when it burns; soft coal.
black-eyed Susan any of numerous related North American wildflowers with yellow or orange-yellow petals surrounding a dark center.