noun flu·el·lin \flüˈelə̇n\
variants: less commonly



Definition of fluellin



  1. 1 :  either of two speedwells (Veronica officinalis and V. chamaedrys)

  2. 2 :  toadflax

  3. 3 :  cancerwort

  4. 4 :  mountain parsley

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Origin and Etymology of fluellin

Welsh llysiau Llywelyn, literally, Llewelyn's herbs, probably after Llywelyn ab Iorwerth (Llewelyn the Great) †1240 or Llywelyn ab Gruffydd †1282 princes of Wales

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a trip made at another's expense

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