noun \ˈblü-ət\

Definition of BLUET

:  any of several perennial North American herbs (genus Hedyotis syn. Houstonia) of the madder family; especially :  one (Hedyotis caerulea syn. Houstonia caerulea) having tufted stems and bluish, white, or purplish flowers with yellow centers

Origin of BLUET

probably from 1blue
First Known Use: circa 1821

Rhymes with BLUET


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