virid

[ vir-id ]
/ ˈvɪr ɪd /

adjective

green or verdant: the virid woodlands of spring.

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Origin of virid

1590–1600; <Latin viridis green, for *viridus, equivalent to vir(ēre) to be green + -idus-id4
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