Origin of goldenroddescriptive
(countable and uncountable, plural goldenrods)
- Any tall-stemmed plant principally from genus Solidago (also Oligoneuron), usually with clusters of small yellow flowers.
- A golden-yellow colour, like that of the goldenrod plant.
(comparative more goldenrod, superlative most goldenrod)
- Of a golden-yellow colour, like that of the goldenrod plant.
goldenrod - Computer Definition
A term used to describe the thick coaxial cable specified by the IEEE as 10Base5, for use in early Ethernet networks.The term was in reference to the high cost and high value of the cable, as well as the yellow cable sheath used by some manufacturers.The cable also was about as thick and inflexible as a rod. See also 10Base5, coaxial cable, Ethernet, and IEEE.
- You might not expect to see sunshine yellow present in fall bouquets in lieu of a darker goldenrod shade, but it stands out next to deep forest greens, burgundies, and even chocolate browns for a salute to the passing summer.
- To showcase autumn colors as well as autumn blossoms, choose flowers in deep shades such as burgundy, goldenrod, maroon, dark orange, and eggplant purple.
- Girls' raincoats come available in a variety of fun prints, or stick with solid colors like Goldenrod, Cardinal Red, Navy or Sun Yellow.
- It comes in a wide range of colors such as black, goldenrod, royal blue, sail orange, white and dark plum.
- Goldenrod: This highly saturated yellow is dark and bold, nice for brunettes or those with auburn hair.