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Groundsel

(Science: botany) An annual composite plant (senecio vulgaris) one of the most common, and widely distributed weeds on the globe.

Origin: oe. Grundswilie, as. Gpundeswylige, grundeswelge, earlier gundiswilge; gund matter, pus _ swelgan to swallow. So named as being good for a running from the eye. See swallow.


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