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sedum

[ see-duhm ]
/ ˈsi dəm /
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noun
any fleshy plant belonging to the genus Sedum, of the stonecrop family, usually having small, overlapping leaves and yellow, white, or pink flowers.
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Origin of sedum

1400–50; late Middle English cedum<Latin sedum houseleek
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British Dictionary definitions for sedum

sedum
/ (ˈsiːdəm) /

noun
any crassulaceous rock plant of the genus Sedum, having thick fleshy leaves and clusters of white, yellow, or pink flowersSee also stonecrop, rose-root, orpine

Word Origin for sedum

C15: from Latin: houseleek
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