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1. A staff with a crook or cross at the end, carried by or before an abbot, bishop, or archbishop as a symbol of office.
2. Botany See fiddlehead.
unfolding (uncurling) new leaf on bracken and most ferns; inspiration for the tip of ecclesiastical staffs.