Definition of smallage
: a strongly scented erect biennial herb (Apium graveolens) that is the wild form of the culinary celery and is widely distributed in moist situations in temperate regions
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Origin and Etymology of smallage
Middle English smalege, alteration of smalache, from smal small + ache wild celery, parsley
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