any uncultivated or wild form of the common pansy, Viola tricolor.
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- wild mustard,
- wild oat,
- wild oats,
- wild olive,
- wild orange,
- wild parsley,
- wild parsnip,
- wild passionflower,
- wild pitch,
- wild potato
Origin of wild pansy
First recorded in 1895–1900
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Also called: heartsease, love-in-idleness, (in the US) Johnny-jump-up a Eurasian violaceous plant, Viola tricolor, having purple, yellow, and pale mauve spurred flowers
any of various similar plants of the genus Viola
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