Definition of Navelwort

1. n. A European perennial succulent herb (Cotyledon umbilicus), having round, peltate leaves with a central depression; -- also called pennywort, and kidneywort.



Definition of Navelwort

1. Noun. (botany) A European perennial succulent herb with round, peltate leaves with a central depression. ¹

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Definition of Navelwort

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Medical Definition of Navelwort

1. A European perennial succulent herb (Cotyledon umbilicus), having round, peltate leaves with a central depression; also called pennywort, and kidneywort. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Navelwort

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navarin
navarins
navars
navbar
navbars
nave
navel
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navel-string
navel orange
navel point
naveless
navelike
navels
navelwort (current term)
navelworts
naves
navette
navettes
navew
navews
navicert
navicerts
navicula
navicular
navicular abdomen
navicular articular surface of talus
navicular bone
navicular bone of hand

Literary usage of Navelwort

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1. The History of the County of Dublin by John D'Alton (1838)
"... wavy mountain hair grass; cotyledon umbilicus, navelwort, &c. Descending from the mountains the pedestrian will resume the high road course of his ..."

2. Materia Medica and Special Therapeutics of the New Remedies by Edwin Moses Hale (1897)
"(navelwort.) [A pathogenesis and provings were published in Ih e British Journal of ... navelwort ..."

3. British Farmer's Magazine (1869)
"Heat iu a frame and protection under a glass will be useful for the harder sorts, as convolvulus, sweet-pea, navelwort, Venue's looking-glass, dwarf lychnis ..."

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