noun wa·ter·leaf \ˈw-tər-ˌlēf, ˈwä-\
plural wa·ter·leafs\-ˌlēfs\

Definition of WATERLEAF

:  any of a genus (Hydrophyllum of the family Hydrophyllaceae, the waterleaf family) of perennial or biennial North American woodland herbs with lobed or pinnate toothed leaves and cymes of bell-shaped flowers

First Known Use of WATERLEAF

circa 1760


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