sedum

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English[edit]

a sedum
Sedum atratum

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English cedum, from Latin sedum (houseleek).

Noun[edit]

sedum (plural sedums)

  1. Any of various succulent plants, of the genus Sedum, native to temperate zones; the stonecrop

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

sēdum

  1. genitive plural of sēdēs

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