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ragwort (n.)

plant used medicinally, native to Eurasia, late 14c., from rag (n.1) (see ragged), in reference to the appearance of the leaves, + wort.

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Definitions of ragwort

ragwort (n.)
widespread European weed having yellow daisylike flowers; sometimes an obnoxious weed and toxic to cattle if consumed in quantity;
Synonyms: tansy ragwort / ragweed / benweed / Senecio jacobaea
ragwort (n.)
American ragwort with yellow flowers;
Synonyms: butterweed / Senecio glabellus
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