a fragrant, pink rose, Rosa damascena.
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Origin of damask rose
First recorded in 1530–40
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British Dictionary definitions for damask rose
a rose, Rosa damascena, native to Asia and cultivated for its pink or red fragrant flowers, which are used to make the perfume attar
Word Origin for damask rose
C16: from Medieval Latin rosa damascēna rose of Damascus
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