noun, plural har·bin·gers-of-spring.
a North American umbelliferous herb, Erigenia bulbosa, having white flowers that bloom early in the spring.
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- harbor master,
- harbor seal,
Origin of harbinger-of-spring
First recorded in 1865–70
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