Definition of earthtongue
: any fungus of a genus Geoglossum having ascomata that resemble the sporophores of the simpler club fungi and grow on decaying logs or damp soil
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Origin and Etymology of earthtongue
translation of New Latin Geoglossum
First Known Use: 1826See Words from the same year
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