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From Ancient Greek γέρανος (géranos, crane), plus the Latin suffix -ium.

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geranium (plural geraniums)

  1. Any flowering plant of the genus Geranium, the cranesbills, of family Geraniaceae.
  2. The common name for flowering plants of the genus Pelargonium.
  3. A bright red color tinted with orange, like that of a scarlet geranium.
    geranium colour:  

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geranium (comparative more geranium, superlative most geranium)

  1. Of a bright red color tinted with orange, like that of a scarlet geranium.

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

 
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From New Latin geranium, from Ancient Greek γέρανος (géranos, crane)

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geranium m (definite singular geranien or geraniumen, indefinite plural geranier, definite plural geraniene)

  1. a geranium, plant of genus Geranium
  2. a pelargonium (popular name)

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

 
Norwegian Nynorsk Wikipedia has an article on:
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EtymologyEdit

From New Latin geranium, from Ancient Greek γέρανος (géranos)

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geranium m (definite singular geraniumen, indefinite plural geraniumar, definite plural geraniumane)

  1. a geranium, plant of genus Geranium
  2. a pelargonium (popular name)

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