The common name of a bird is the title which is used in everyday speech, writing, and websites like this one. "Black-Capped Chickadee" and "Blue Jay" are common names; see scientific names to learn about a second way to label birds.
The English common name of a species adopted for use by NatureServe.
An attribute. The common name contains the full name of the entry (such as "Susan B. Anthony"). Often used as the first part of a distinguished name. Often contains several values: with and without the middle name, with a nickname as the first name, etc.
(1) When referring to a pesticide, an abbreviated name applied to a herbicide active ingredient; usually agreed upon by the American National Standards Institute and the International Organization for Standardization. (2) When referring to an organism, a name derived from local common usage that is agreed upon by some accepted authority but may not be unique.
The name by which plants are known by non-botanists. Plants that have a short history of cultivation may not have a common name. these names vary from country to country, even from region to region.
Standard, contrived, or agreed upon common names.
A person's given name, e.g., Mary R. Thompson. See also distinguished name.
The non-scientific name that most gardeners know plants by.
1) When referring to a pesticide, an abbreviated name applied to a herbicide active ingredient usually agreed upon by the American National Standards Institute and the International Organization for Standardization. 2) When referring to an organism, a name derived from local common usage which is not definitive. Accepted common names are published by organizations such as the Weed Science Society of America.
Familiar name applied to plants. Most common ...
A commonly used name of a particular species; unlike scientific names, there may be a number of common names for the same species.
The name of a leaf object, as displayed in the Directory tree.
The name most people use to refer to a species.
a domain name listed with or without a host (i
a name for a plant or animal in a locale's native language, often describing the item's appearance
a name given by people, usually in an area where a bug occurs
a name used for an organism that varies according to place, language and culture
a shortened, simpler version of the complex chemical name
a shorter name that EPA recognizes as a substitute for the chemical name of a product
The "everyday" name given to a plant. Examples: Bay, Chamomile, Cedar, Orange, Tea Tree and Eucalyptus. Each of these examples has multiple different species with different properties, yet the species go by the same common name. Because of the possible confusion between common names referring to different species, it is important that the botanical name is utilized for clarity. When purchasing essential oils, be sure you refer to the botanical name. If the vendor does not supply the botanical name, ask for it. Be leery if they don't know.
The commonly-used name of the motor. This standard format includes the Impulse Class and average thrust. See the Motor Statistics page for more info.
Any designation or identification such as code name, code number, trade name, brand name, or generic name used to identify a chemical other than by its chemical name.
The nonscientific name of an animal or plant most widely used and accepted by the scientific community.
A field of an X.509 certificate used for matching against the domain name when validating the certificate.
A naming attribute from which an object distinguished name is formed. For most object classes, the naming attribute is the Common-Name. For example, a user object with its cn set to "Jeff Smith" might have a distinguished name of "CN=Jeff Smith,CN=Users,DC=Fabrikam,DC=com".
Simply the name a plant is commonly known by, however, common names can be very non-specific ('Maple' could refer to any one of hundreds of trees) and can vary from region to region. It is always better to try to remember a trees' specific Latin name as this nomenclature is specific to each and every plant, the world over.
The name of a leaf object in the NDS tree.
A relatively short name for a pesticide, approved by either an international body such as ISO (International Organization for Standardization) or by a national body such as ANSI (American National Standards Institute) or BSI (British Standards Institution).
The name specified in the Food and Drug Regulations for a specific category of bottled water product; or, if none is specified, it is the name by which that type of product is commonly known to consumers.
A name used to identify a chemical other than its chemical name (e.g., code name, code number, trade name, brand name, or generic name). See Generic.
An alias name listed in the package keystore for signed packages.
For any medicinal or non-medicinal ingredient contained in a natural health product, the name by which it is commonly known and is designated in a scientific or technical reference.
Refers to the standard trade name given for a specific timber. It is by no means an accurate system as timbers in one country may be known by different names in another country.
In science, a common name is any name by which a species or other concept is known that is not the official scientific name.