Definition of ramsons in English:

ramsons

Line breaks: ram|sons
Pronunciation: /ˈrams(ə)nz/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

noun

[usually treated as singular]
A Eurasian woodland plant with broad shiny leaves and round heads of white flowers, producing a strong aroma of garlic. Also called wild garlic.
  • Allium ursinum, family Liliaceae (or Alliaceae)

Origin

Old English hramsan, plural of hramsa 'wild garlic', later interpreted as singular.

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