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Sunday Word: Trifolium

tri·fo·li·um (traɪˈfəʊlɪəm):
origin: Latin, from tri- = 3 + folium = leaf.

A shamrock; clover; or any plant (of the genus Trifolium) that makes a legume and whose leaves divide into three leaflets...or, if you're lucky...four.

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