From Latin chamoemelon, from Ancient Greek χαμαίμηλον (chamaimēlon, “earth-apple”), from χαμαί (chamai, “on the ground”) + μῆλον (mēlon, “apple”). So called because of the apple-like scent of the plant.
camomila f (plural camomilas)
- camomile (the plant or its flower)
- camomila-vulgar, camomila-alemã, chá-de-camomila