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bartsia

/ (ˈbɑːtsɪə) /
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noun
any of several species of semiparasitic scrophulariaceous plants, including red bartsia (Odontites verna), a pink-flowered weed of cornfields
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Word Origin for bartsia

C18: New Latin, named after Johann Bartsch (died 1738), German botanist
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