ramson

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Back-formation from ramsons; compare Middle English ramsyn (originally plural, taken as singular); Old English hramesan, plural of hramsa ‎(onion, broad-leafed garlic), from Proto-Germanic *hramusô ‎(onion, leek), from Proto-Indo-European *kermus-, *kremus- ‎(wild garlic). Cognate with Scots ramps ‎(wild garlic), Danish rams ‎(ramson), Swedish ramslök ‎(wild garlic). See buckrams.

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ramson ‎(plural ramsons)

  1. A plant, Allium ursinum, a wild relative of chives and garlic.

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