Definition of waybread in English:

waybread

Line breaks: way|bread
Pronunciation: /ˈweɪbrɛd
 
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noun

[mass noun] archaic
  • The Eurasian common plantain, with broad rounded leaves.
    • Plantago major, family Plantaginaceae
    More example sentences
    • This herb grows in every grassy verge, preferably on the path, just like plantain or waybread, with which it shares most of its uses.

Origin

Old English wegbrǣde (see way, broad).

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