Definition of Luzula
: a genus of perennial herbs (family Juncaceae) resembling grass or rushes and having leaves and young stems frequently hairy and flowers crowded, umbeled, or in spikes — see wood rush
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Origin and Etymology of luzula
New Latin, from Italian luzziola, lucciola (in erba luzziola, erba lucciola adder's-tongue)
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