Definition of brankursine
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Origin and Etymology of brankursine
Middle French branque-ursine, from Medieval Latin branca ursina, from Late Latin branca claw + Latin ursina, feminine of ursinus of a bear; from the resemblance of the leaves to the claws of a bear — more at ursine
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