celandine


cel·an·dine

noun \ˈsel-ən-ˌdīn, -ˌdēn\

Definition of CELANDINE

: a yellow-flowered biennial Eurasian herb (Chelidonium majus) of the poppy family naturalized in the eastern United States that has been used medicinally especially as a diuretic—see chelidonium 2

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