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Botanary: caryophyllea

Meaning: From the Greek karya (walnut) and phyllon (leaf), referring to the aromatic scent; became used for cloves, and subsequently for clove pinks
Alternative Meaning: Pink colored or clove scented
Pronunciation: kar-ee-oh-FIL-ee-uh
Alternative Pronunciation: kar-ee-oh-Fy-ee-uh


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