germander

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ger·man·der

noun \(ˌ)jər-ˈman-dər\

Definition of GERMANDER

:  any of a genus (Teucrium) of plants of the mint family with flowers having four projecting stamens, a short corolla tube, and a prominent lower lip

Origin of GERMANDER

Middle English, ultimately from Greek chamaidrys, from chamai on the ground + drys tree — more at humble, tree
First Known Use: 15th century

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