phlomis

noun phlo·mis \ ˈflōmə̇s \

Definition of phlomis

1 capitalized : a genus of Old World mints having rugose often woolly leaves and whorls of white, yellow, or purple flowers with bilabiate corolla
2 plural -es : a plant of the genus Phlomis

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Origin and Etymology of phlomis

New Latin, from Latin phlomis, phlomos mullein, from Greek


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