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bedeguar

or bed·e·gar

[ bed-i-gahr ]
/ ˈbɛd ɪˌgɑr /
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noun

a gall on roses, especially the sweetbrier, produced by a gall wasp.

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Origin of bedeguar

1570–80; <Middle French <Arabic <Persian bād-āwar(d) windfall, literally, wind-brought

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