noun Co·ni·o·se·li·num \ˌkōnē(ˌ)ōsəˈlīnəm\

Definition of Conioselinum

  1. :  a genus of aromatic herbs (family Umbelliferae) having much-dissected leaves and compound umbels of minute white flowers — see hemlock parsley

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Origin and Etymology of conioselinum

New Latin, from conio- (from Conium) + Selinum (genus name formerly used for what is now called Conioselinum), from Late Latin selinon celery — more at celery

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a brief usually trivial fact

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