Definition of hedeoma
1 capitalized : a small genus of American herbs (family Labiatae) having small flowers in axillary clusters and with bilabiate corolla and two stamens — see pennyroyal 2
2 plural -s : any plant of the genus Hedeoma
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Origin and Etymology of hedeoma
New Latin, probably irregular from Greek hēdys sweet + osmē smell; from the fragrant blossoms
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