[ gohts-roo ]
/ ˈgoʊtsˌru /
Also called catgut. a hairy American plant, Tephrosia virginiana, of the legume family, having yellow and pink flowers.
a European plant, Galega officinalis, of the legume family, formerly used in medicine.
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Origin of goat's-rue
First recorded in 1570–80
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British Dictionary definitions for goat's-rue
Also called: French lilac a Eurasian leguminous plant, Galega officinalis, cultivated for its white, mauve, or pinkish flowers: formerly used medicinally
a North American leguminous plant, Tephrosia virginiana, with pink-and-yellow flowers
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