Meaning of BORAGE in English

ˈbȯrij, ˈbär-, ˈbərij noun

( -s )

Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French bourache, bourage, probably from (assumed) Vulgar Latin burrago, from Late Latin burra shaggy cloth; from the hairy leaves — more at bureau

: a rough-hairy blue-flowered European herb ( Borago officinalis ) used especially in France as a demulcent and diaphoretic and also as a salad herb and widely naturalized as a weed

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