- any of various plants of the genus Ajuga, having usually blue flowers and often cultivated as a ground cover.
Origin of ajuga
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In the Pyrenees, according to Bentham, the flowers of Ajuga iva are constantly deprived of their corolla.Vegetable Teratology
Maxwell T. Masters
In the Ajuga there were 4000 pesos of gold belonging to the admiral, each peso being worth eight shillings.
Ajuga Chamæpitys mimics Euphorbia Cyparissias, with which it often grows, and which is protected by its acrid juice.The Beauties of Nature
Sir John Lubbock