a violet, Viola pedata, of the eastern and midwestern U.S., having single flowers with a yellow center, two purple upper petals, and three lavender lower petals: the state flower of Wisconsin.
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Origin of bird's-foot violet
An Americanism dating back to 1830–40
Words nearby bird's-foot violet
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