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The common name for Leontopodium nivale, which means lion’s foot, the word edelweiss was first discovered in writing on March 5, 1784.
Spellers were challenged with words from a multitude of backgrounds, including edelweiss, a German word, and waterzooi, which is Belgian.
Between pro-vitamin B5, keratin proteins, as well as shea butter, olive oil, mirabelle plum oil and a blend of watermelon, lychee and edelweiss flower extracts, flyways and split ends don't stand a chance.
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Origin and Etymology of edelweiss
First Known Use: 1862See Words from the same year
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