noun \ˈhau̇n(d)z-ˌtəŋ\

Definition of hound's–tongue

  1. :  any of various coarse plants (genus Cynoglossum, especially C. officinale) of the borage family having tongue-shaped leaves and reddish flowers

Before 12th Century

First Known Use of hound's–tongue

before 12th century

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