Aruhe



noun (pl) aruhe
(NZ) the edible root of a fern Also called fern root

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    noun any plant of the aroid genus Arum, of Europe and the Mediterranean region, having arrow-shaped leaves and a typically white spathe See also cuckoopint arum lily, another name for calla (sense 1) Historical Examples This arum, for example, grows first from a small hard seed with a single lobe or seed-leaf. The Evolutionist at […]

  • Arum family

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    (def 1). Historical Examples Out of the folds of the shawl her neck rose as erect as the pistil of an arum lily. Mushroom Town Oliver Onions

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