- Vervain (disambiguation)
Vervain (from French) is the common name of
plants of the genus" Verbena". It can also refer to:
* The 25th day of
Prairialin the French Republican Calendar, corresponding to June 15in the Gregorian calendar.
HMS Vervain (K190)", a Royal Navy Group 2 Flower class corvette. See also " HMS Verbena (K85)", a Group 1 vessel of the same class.
Vervain (Watership Down), one of the Efrafan rabbits from the novel " Watership Down".
* Oncle Vervain, a character in the 2000
Anne Ricenovel "Merrick"
* One of the planets in the
* A track on the
Daniel Dumilealbum " Special Herbs, Vols. 9 & 0". It is an instrumental version of "Beef Rapp" from " MM..FOOD" and was the hidden track of " Special Herbs, Vol. 2" where it was named "Metal Flowers".
* A track on the
Faith and the Musedebut album "Elyria"
Verveine", a green liqueurflavored with vervains, from the region of Le Puy-en-Velay( France)
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