caryophyllus

car·y·o·phyl·lus

, caryophyllum (kar'ē-ō-fī'lŭs, -ŭm),
Clove.
[G. karyophyllon, clove tree, fr. karyon, nut, + phyllon, leaf]
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car·y·o·phyl·lus

, caryophyllum (karē-ō-fīlŭs, -lŭm)
Clove.
[G. karyophyllon, clove tree, fr. karyon, nut, + phyllon, leaf]
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