Definitions for cuckooflowerˈku kuˌflaʊ ər, ˈkʊk u-

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

cuck•oo•flow•erˈku kuˌflaʊ ər, ˈkʊk u-(n.)

  1. any of various plants, as the lady's-smock or ragged robin, whose time of blooming is associated with the cuckoo's spring call.

    Category: Plants

Origin of cuckooflower:

1570–80

Princeton's WordNet

  1. lady's smock, cuckooflower, cuckoo flower, meadow cress, Cardamine pratensis(noun)

    a bitter cress of Europe and America

Wiktionary

  1. cuckooflower(Noun)

    Either of two flowering plants

Webster Dictionary

  1. Cuckooflower(noun)

    a species of Cardamine (C. pratensis), or lady's smock. Its leaves are used in salads. Also, the ragged robin (Lychnis Flos-cuculi)

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