Definition of alexanders in English:

alexanders

Line breaks: alex|an¦ders
Pronunciation: /alɪgˈzɑːndəz/

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noun

[treated as singular]
A European plant of the parsley family with yellowish flowers, formerly eaten as a salad vegetable.
  • Smyrnium olusatrum, family Umbelliferae

Origin

Old English alexandre, from medieval Latin alexandrum.

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