Mountain sorrel

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(Bot.) a low perennial plant (Oxyria digyna with rounded kidney-form leaves, and small greenish flowers, found in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and in high northern latitudes.
(Bot.) See under Mountain.

See also: Mountain, Sorrel

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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At Sherep, one of the hottest new places, with a chic open kitchen and late-night jazz, I had mountain sorrel soup; tender stuffed grape leaves; eggplant sauteed in olive oil and rolled up with minced walnuts, dill, garlic and yogurt; and succulent lamb chops.
From qunngulitt (mountain sorrel), also known as "Arctic candy," to a'aasaaq (Arctic thrift), which can be used to make tea, the little girl discovers lots of new and wonderful tastes and shares memories and knowledge with her grandmother.
Indeed the mountain is the most southerly location for several Arctic Alpine plants, such as mountain sorrel, moss campion and the stiff sedge.
lined in Mountain Sorrel, ground like coffee beans for vitamin