sempervivum


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sem·per·vi·vum

 (sĕm′pər-vī′vəm)
n.

[New Latin Sempervīvum, genus name, from neuter of Late Latin sempervīvus, ever-living : Latin semper, always; see sem- in Indo-European roots + Latin vīvus, living, alive; see gwei- in Indo-European roots.]

sempervivum

(ˌsɛmpəˈvaɪvəm)
n
(Plants) See houseleek
[New Latin, from Latin sempervivus ever-living, from semper always + vivere to live]
Translations
sempervivum
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A selection of faux succulents, such as sedum, echeveria and sempervivum, available from all good craft stores.
SEMPERVIVUM THE houseleek loves it hot and dry as its thick succulent leaves have the ability to store water.
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Our plant under discussion is Sempervivum tectorum.
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