Meaning of GERMANDER in English

jərˈmandər, ˈjərˌm- noun

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Etymology: Middle English germaunder, from Middle French germandree, from Medieval Latin germandrea, alteration of Latin chamaedrys, from Greek chamaidrys, from chamai on the ground + drys oak, tree — more at humble , tree

1. : a plant of the genus Teucrium — see american germander , wall germander

2. : any of several plants of the genus Veronica ; especially : germander speedwell 1

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