navelwort(redirected from Umbilicus rupestris)
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1. Any of various Eurasian plants of the genus Omphalodes, having cymes of usually blue flowers and nutlets with a navellike depression on one side.
2. See pennywort.
[Sense 2, from the navellike depression in the center of its leaves.]
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(Plants) another name for pennywort1
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