noun mu·guet \mu̅e̅gā\

Definition of muguet



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Origin and Etymology of muguet

French, lily-of-the-valley, woodruff, from Old French, from muguete, muguede (in nois muguete, nois muguede nutmeg); from the odor — more at nutmeg

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