noun Scan·dix \ˈskandiks\

Definition of Scandix

  1. :  a small genus of Eurasian herbs (family Umbelliferae) with finely dissected leaves, white flowers, and wingless long-beaked fruit and with obscure oil tubes — see lady's comb

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Origin and Etymology of scandix

New Latin, from Latin, chervil, from Greek skandix

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a brief usually trivial fact

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