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guelder rose

[ gel-der ]
/ ˈgɛl dər /
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noun
a shrub, Viburnum opulus, of the honeysuckle family, native to the Old World, having broad clusters of white flowers and scarlet fruit.
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Origin of guelder rose

First recorded in 1590–1600; after Guelders
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British Dictionary definitions for guelder rose

guelder-rose
/ (ˈɡɛldəˌrəʊz) /

noun
a Eurasian caprifoliaceous shrub, Viburnum opulus, with clusters of white flowers and small red fruits

Word Origin for guelder-rose

C16: from Dutch geldersche roos, from Gelderland or Gelders, province of Holland
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