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primula

[prim-yuh-luh] /ˈprɪm yə lə/
noun
1.
primrose (def 1).
Origin
1745-1755
1745-55; < Medieval Latin prīmula, short for prīmula vēris, literally, first (flower) of spring. See prime, -ule
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primula

/ˈprɪmjʊlə/
noun
1.
any primulaceous plant of the N temperate genus Primula, having white, yellow, pink, or purple funnel-shaped flowers with five spreading petals: includes the primrose, oxlip, cowslip, and polyanthus
Word Origin
C18: New Latin, from Medieval Latin prīmula (vēris) little first one (of the spring)
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