A hive for a-swarm of bees Also made use of figuratively
- a structure that provides an all-natural habitation for bees; like in a hollow tree
- a hairdo resembling a beehive
- any office where individuals are extremely busy
- a man-made receptacle that homes a swarm of bees
- A hive for a-swarm of bees. In addition made use of figuratively.
early 14c., from bee + hive (n.). Whilst the title of a hairstyle, attested from 1960 (the style itself considered preferred off 1958). Given that name of a star group in constellation Cancer, from 1840 (see Praesepe).
(n.) A hive for a swarm of bees. Additionally utilized figuratively.
The Beehive (so called from the shape of its cone), the Grand and the Lone Star throw up columns to a height of Zoo ft.