Saint–Bernard's–lily

noun Saint–Ber·nard's–lily \-¦bərnərdz¦-\

Definition of Saint–Bernard's–lily

  1. :  an Old World herb (Anthericum liliago) with long recurved linear leaves commonly cultivated for its racemose greenish white flowers

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Origin and Etymology of saint–bernard's–lily

probably after St. Bernard of Clairvaux †1153 French ecclesiastic


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