Definition of solidago
: any of a genus (Solidago) of chiefly North American composite herbs including the typical goldenrods
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
First Known Use: circa 1771See Words from the same year
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