from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A plant of the genus Erodium, particularly the heron's-bill, E. cicutarium (also called hemlock stork's-bill), a low bushy herb with pinnate leaves, a mostly Old World plant, abundantly naturalized in many parts of the United States, perhaps indigenous in the west. See alfilerilla.
- n. A plant of the related genus Pelargonium, which includes the geraniums, etc., of gardens.
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