asarabacca

noun
as·​a·​ra·​bac·​ca | \ˌasərəˈbakə\
plural -s

Definition of asarabacca 

: a plant of the genus Asarum

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History and Etymology for asarabacca

alteration of earlier asarabacara, probably from Spanish asarabácara, irregular from ásaro asarabacca (from Latin asarum hazelwort) + bácara clary (Salvia sclarea), from Latin baccaris, a plant with an aromatic root, from Greek bakkaris

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