Definition of agrimonia
1 capitalized : a genus of herbs (family Rosaceae) found chiefly in north temperate regions that have pinnately compound leaves, yellow flowers, and bristly fruits
2 plural -s : a plant of the genus Agrimonia
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Origin and Etymology of agrimonia
New Latin, from Latin, agrimony
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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