Definition of Glaux
: a cosmopolitan genus of fleshly perennial herbs (family Primulaceae) having opposite leaves and small whitish flowers — see sea milkwort
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Origin and Etymology of glaux
New Latin, from Latin, a plant, from Greek glaux, glax swine cress
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