aq·​ui·​le·​gia | \ ˌa-kwə-ˈlē-j(ē-)ə How to pronounce aquilegia (audio) \

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The surrounding design is a riot of joyous whites: seasonal roses, foxgloves, aquilegia, hostas, delicate geraniums, and acebia. Vogue, "Victoria Beckham’s Guide to Summer Gardening," 21 May 2018

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First Known Use of aquilegia

1706, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for aquilegia

New Latin

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