[drahy-uh s]
noun, plural dry·as.
  1. any creeping plant belonging to the genus Dryas, of the rose family, having solitary white or yellow flowers, comprising the mountain avens.

Origin of dryas

< New Latin, named after species of wood nymphs; see dryad
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