Lizet Elaine (simplyn2deep) wrote in 1_million_words,
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Word of the Day 03/17/17 Shamrock

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Shamrock (noun)
shamrock [sham-rok]


noun
1. any of several trifoliate plants, as the wood sorrel, Oxalis acetosella, or a small, pink-flowered clover, Trifolium repens minus, but especially Trifolium procumbens, a small, yellow-flowered clover: the national emblem of Ireland.

Origin: 1565-75; < Irish seamróg, equivalent to seamair clover + -óg diminutive suffix

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Happy St. Patrick's Day!
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