noun se·dum \ˈsē-dəm\

Definition of SEDUM

:  any of a genus (Sedum) of widely distributed fleshy herbs of the orpine family — compare stonecrop

Origin of SEDUM

New Latin, from Latin, houseleek
First Known Use: 1760

Rhymes with SEDUM


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