Definition of gallant soldier
: an annual South American composite herb (Galinsoga parviflora) now a cosmopolitan weed with an erect much-branched stem, opposite leaves, and flower heads in clusters with their branches nearly opposite and equal
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Origin and Etymology of gallant soldier
by folk etymology from New Latin Galinsoga
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