Definition of navelwort
1 : a European succulent herb (Cotyledon umbilicus) having round peltate leaves with a central depression
2 : an herb of the genus Omphalodes of the family Boraginaceae
3 : marsh pennywort
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Origin and Etymology of navelwort
Middle English, from navel + wort
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