The French or kidney bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) is locally known under the general term "louvia."
It is criminal to smother the kidney bean with melted butter at table.
One of the little Bobbies pulls a kidney bean or a tomato or digs a potato for my dinner, about half an hour before it is served.
She wanted it about the size of a kidney bean; she had a medallion just as large as that.
From the young green pods of the scarlet bean, and the French or kidney bean, with heat.
The last consists of two pieces of wood, anciently of stone, in the shape of the two halves of a kidney bean.
It was, almost exactly, a wind sock, but the hole at the small end was shaped—by wire—into the general form of a kidney bean.