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ramsons

/ (ˈræmzənz, -sənz) /
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pl n (usually functioning as singular)
a broad-leaved garlic, Allium ursinum, native to Europe and Asia
the bulbous root of this plant, eaten as a relish
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Word Origin for ramsons

Old English hramesa; related to Middle Low German ramese Norwegian rams
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