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(Science: botany) a small herb, of the genus myosotis (M. Palustris, incespitosa, etc), bearing a beautiful blue flower, and extensively considered the emblem of fidelity.

Formerly the name was given to the Ajuga Chamaepitus.

Origin: g. Vergissmeinnicht.

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