noun ag·ri·mo·ny \ˈa-grə-ˌmō-nē\
plural ag·ri·mo·nies

Definition of AGRIMONY

:  any of a genus (Agrimonia and especially A. eupatoria) of herbs of the rose family having compound leaves, slender spikes of small yellow flowers, and fruits like burs

Origin of AGRIMONY

Middle English, from Anglo-French & Latin; Anglo-French egremoine, from Latin agrimonia, manuscript variant of argemonia, from Greek argemōnē
First Known Use: 14th century


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