Definition of Myrrhis
: a genus of European pubescent perennial herbs (family Umbelliferae) having pinnate leaves, compound umbels of white flowers, and linear oblong beaked fruit — see sweet cicely
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Origin and Etymology of myrrhis
New Latin, from Latin, sweet cicely, from Greek
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