chardon

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Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *cardō, *cardōnis (unrelated to the Classical Latin cardō, cardinis (a hinge)), derived from Latin carduus. Doublet of cardon

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Noun[edit]

chardon m (plural chardons)

  1. (botany) thistle
  2. (in the plural) spikes (on wall etc.)

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