sweet cic·e·ly noun \-ˈsi-s(ə-)lē\
: any of a genus (Osmorhiza) of American and eastern Asian herbs of the carrot family that typically have thick fleshy roots and grow in moist woodlands
Origin of SWEET CICELY
from Latin seselis,
First Known Use: 1577
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