solidago

noun sol·i·da·go \ ˌsä-lə-ˈdā-(ˌ)gō , -ˈdä- \

Definition of solidago

plural solidagos
: any of a genus (Solidago) of chiefly North American composite herbs including the typical goldenrods

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Origin and Etymology of solidago

New Latin, from Medieval Latin soldago, an herb reputed to heal wounds, from soldare to make whole, from Latin solidare, from solidus solid


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solidago

noun sol·i·da·go \ ˌsäl-ə-ˈdā-(ˌ)gō , -ˈdäg-(ˌ)ō \

medical Definition of solidago

1 capitalized : a genus of chiefly North American composite herbs including the typical goldenrods
2 plural solidagos : any plant of the genus Solidago

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