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Etymology 1Edit

From Middle English grundeswülie, from Old English grundeswyliġe, grundeswelġe(groundsel).

NounEdit

 
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groundsel ‎(plural groundsels)

  1. Any of several widely-distributed plants, of the genus Senecio, having yellow, daisylike flowers.

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Etymology 2Edit

Variant of groundsill, equivalent to ground +‎ sill.

NounEdit

groundsel ‎(plural groundsels)

  1. Alternative form of groundsill