Definition of solidago in English:

solidago

Syllabification: sol·i·da·go
Pronunciation: /ˌsäləˈdāgō
 
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noun (plural solidagos)

  • A plant of the genus Solidago in the daisy family, especially (in gardening) goldenrod.
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    • The bouquet contains naranja roses, tiger lilies, carnations, alstromeria, solidago, berries and a selection of greenery and twigs.
    • To start at the end of the list of reasons for not inviting solidagos into the garden, they do not cause hay fever.
    • Two plants are rapidly climbing to the top of my favourites list: salvias and solidagos.

Origin

modern Latin, from a medieval Latin alteration of late Latin consolida 'comfrey'.

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