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salvia

noun sal·via \ˈsal-vē-ə\

Definition of SALVIA

:  any of a large and widely distributed genus (Salvia) of herbs and shrubs of the mint family having a 2-lipped open calyx and two anthers; especially :  one (S. splendens) with scarlet flowers

Origin of SALVIA

New Latin, from Latin, sage — more at sage
First Known Use: 1601

salvia

noun sal·via \ˈsal-vē-ə\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of SALVIA

1
capitalized :  a genus of widely distributed herbs or shrubs of the mint family (Labiatae) including the sage (S. officinalis)
2
:  any herb or shrub of the genus Salvia

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