noun tut·san \ˈtətsən\

Definition of tutsan



  1. :  a Eurasian St.-John's-wort (Hypericum androsaemum) from which a healing salve is made in Spain

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Origin and Etymology of tutsan

Middle English totsane, toutsayne, from (assumed) Middle French toute-saine (whence French), from toute (feminine of tout all, from—assumed—Vulgar Latin tottus, alteration of Latin totus) + saine, feminine of sain healthy, from Latin sanus healthy, sane

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