lovage

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From Anglo-Norman luvache, loveche et al., and Middle French levesche, from Late Latin levisticum, probably alteration of Latin ligusticum, from Ligusticus (Ligurian), ultimately from Ancient Greek Λίγυς (Lígus).

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lovage (uncountable)

  1. A perennial Mediterranean herb, Levisticum officinale, with odor and flavor resembling celery.

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