- an annual plant (Raphanus sativus) of the crucifer family, with an edible root
- the pungent root, eaten raw as a relish or in a salad
Origin of radishMiddle English ; from earlier radiche ; from Old English rædic ; from Classical Latin radix (gen. radicis), literally , root: form influenced, influence by French radis, of same origin, originally
- A Eurasian plant (Raphanus sativus) in the mustard family, having a fleshy edible root and white to purple flowers clustered in a terminal raceme.
- The pungent root of this plant, often eaten raw.
Origin of radishMiddle English radiche, from Old English rædic, from Latin r&amacron;d&imacron;x, r&amacron;d&imacron;c-, root; see wr&amacron;d- in Indo-European roots.