euphrasy

noun eu·phra·sy \ˈyüfrəsē\

Definition of euphrasy

plural

-es

  1. :  an eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis)

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Origin and Etymology of euphrasy

Middle English eufrasie, from Medieval Latin eufrasia, from Greek euphrasia good cheer, from euphrainein to gladden, from eu- + -phrainein (from phrēn mind)


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