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  1. ramson(Noun)

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

  2. Origin: Back-formation from ramsons; compare ramsyn (originally plural, taken as singular); hramesan, plural of hramsa, from hramusô, from kermus-. Cognate with ramps, rams, ramslök. See buckrams.

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  1. Ramson(noun)

    a broad-leaved species of garlic (Allium ursinum), common in European gardens; -- called also buckram

  2. Origin: [AS. hramsan, pl., akin to G. rams, Sw. rams, ramslk; cf. Gr. kro`myon onion.]

Anagrams of ramson »

  1. manors, morans, normas, ransom, Romans

  2. Manors

  3. Morans

  4. Normas

  5. Ransom

  6. Romans

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