A tree with silver-gray bark and compound leaves. The ash is widely distributed throughout north temperate regions where it can form forests
The hard pale wood of this tree
Any of a number of unrelated trees with similar leaves
An Old English runic letter (so named from the word of which it was the first letter)
The symbol æ or Æ, used in the Roman alphabet in place of the runic letter, and as a phonetic symbol
the residue that remains when something is burned
convert into ashes
any of various deciduous pinnate-leaved ornamental or timber trees of the genus Fraxinus
strong elastic wood of any of various ash trees; used for furniture and tool handles and sporting goods such as baseball bats
(ashy) ash-grey: of a light grey
Ash is a character in the movie Alien, who was portrayed by actor Ian Holm, who, although known in the U.K. as a stage actor, was at the time unknown to American audiences. ...
In analytical chemistry, ashing is the process of mineralization for preconcentration of trace substances prior to chemical analysis. Ash is the name given to all non-aqueous residue that remains after a sample is burned, and consist mostly of metal oxides.
Ash also called Victor Ash is originally a street artist from Paris, France.
Ash is a ballet made by New York City Ballet's balletmaster in chief Peter Martins to Ash (1991) by Michael Torke. The premiere took place June 20, 1991, at the New York State Theater, Lincoln Center. Ash was the fourth in a series of collaborations between the choreographer and composer.
Ash are an alternative rock band that formed in Downpatrick, Northern Ireland in 1992. The band has sold 8 million albums worldwide.
Ash is an American comic book created by Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti, published by Event Comics about a firefighter who gains superpowers from a time-displaced regeneration device from a possible apocalyptic future.
The solid remains of a fire; The nonaqueous remains of a material subjected to any complete oxidation process; Fine particles from a volcano, volcanic ash; Human (or animal) remains after cremation; What remains after a catastrophe; To hit the end off of a burning cigar or cigarette; To ...
(ashy) having the color of ashes; a pallor; having dry or dead skin (therefore discolored)
(Ashes) A small wooden urn containing the ashes of a burnt bail from the 1882 Australia v England test series. The urn is representative of the "death" of cricket, said to have occurred as a result of an Australian victory in the 1882 match. ...
(Ashes) Shiva smears his body with ashes (bhasma).^ Some forms of Shiva, such as Bhairava, are associated with a very old Indian tradition of cremation-ground asceticism that was practiced by some groups who were outside the fold of brahmanic orthodoxy.
(Ashes) It is not easy to arrive at the fundamental conception of the liturgical use of ...
(Ashes) The burnt remains of palms which are blessed before the principal Mass of Ash Wednesday and placed on the forehead of each person to remind them of their last end and the necessity for penance; blessed ashes are a sacramental of the Church.
(Ashes) a residue of burnt materials from marine plants such as beechwood, ferns, or bone; used as an alkali in glassmaking.
(Ashes) cremains that have been processed and achieved a fine powdery consistency.
(Ashes) the residue from burning combustible materials.
(ashes) Burned remains from cremation.
Dreaming of ashes omens woe, and many bitter changes are sure to come to the dreamer. Blasted crops to the farmer. Unsuccessful deals for the trader. Parents will reap the sorrows of wayward children.
(Ashy) This odour descriptor is similar to that of an ashtray, the odour of smokers' fingers or the smell one gets when cleaning out a fireplace. It is not used as a negative attribute. Generally speaking this descriptor is used by the tasters to indicate the degree of roast.
(Ashy) Coffee with flavor / aroma of cold fireplace ashes.
(Ashy) One of several trade names used for Anery C.