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From Middle English egremoyne, from a conflation of Old English agrimonia and Middle French agremoine (from Old French agremoine, variant of aegremone), both from Late Latin agrimōnia, metathesized from Latin argemōnia ‎(a kind of poppy) (probably by association with ager, agri- ‎(field)), from Ancient Greek ἀργεμώνη ‎(argemṓnē, Papaver argemone, wild-rose), probably from ἄργεμον ‎(árgemon, leucoma), from ἀργός ‎(argós, white).

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agrimony ‎(plural agrimonies)

  1. Any of several perennial herbaceous plants, of the genus Agrimonia, that have spikes of yellow flowers.
  2. Any of several unrelated plants of a similar appearance.

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