• Any of several plants in the composite family, especially of the genera <em>Buphthalmum</em> and <em>Heliopsis,</em> having flowers with yellow rays and yellow or orange centers.
  • A round or oval dormer window.
  • In <em>botany</em>: Any plant of the composite genus <em>Buphthalmum.</em>
  • The oxeye daisy. See <internalXref urlencoded="daisy">daisy</internalXref>, and cut in next column.
  • The corn-marigold (which see, under <internalXref urlencoded="marigold">marigold</internalXref>).
  • The American plant <em>Heliopsis lævis.</em>
  • In <em>ornithology</em>: The greater titmouse, <em>Parus major</em>, called specifically <em>big oxeye.</em>
  • The blue titmouse, <em>P. cæruleus</em>, called specifically <em>blue oxeye.</em>
  • The black-bellied plover, <em>Squatarola helvetica.</em>
  • The American dunlin, <em>Pelidna americana.</em>
  • A cloudy speck or weather-gall, often seen on the coast of Africa, which presages a storm.
  • <em>plural</em> Small concave mirrors made, especially in Nuremberg, of glass.
  • None
  • The oxeye daisy. See under <xref urlencoded="daisy">daisy</xref>.
  • The corn camomile (<spn>Anthemis arvensis</spn>).
  • A genus of composite plants (Buphthalmum) with large yellow flowers.
  • None
  • A titmouse, especially the great titmouse (<spn>Parus major</spn>) and the blue titmouse (<spn>Parus cœruleus</spn>).
  • The dunlin.
  • A fish; the bogue, or box.
  • a West Indian composite plant (<spn>Wedelia carnosa</spn>).
  • a West Indian composite shrub (<spn>Borrichia arborescens</spn>).
  • Several <xref>daisy</xref>-like <xref>flowers</xref> in various genera, especially the <xref>oxeye daisy</xref>.
  • an oval or round dormer window
  • any North American shrubby perennial herb of the genus Heliopsis having large yellow daisylike flowers
  • Eurasian perennial herbs having daisylike flowers with yellow rays and dark centers
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