stokroos

noun
stok·​roos | \ ˈstäˌkrüs\
plural -es

Definition of stokroos

Africa

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History and Etymology for stokroos

Afrikaans (wilde) stokroos, from wild wild + stokroos hollyhock, from Dutch, from stok stick (from Middle Dutch stoc stick, stump, trunk of a tree) + roos rose, from Middle Dutch rose, from Latin rosa

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