from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A coarse umbelliferous North American plant in the genus Ligusticum, with a large aromatic root.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A coarse umbelliferous plant (Ligusticum actæifolium) with a large aromatic root. It is found chiefly in the Alleghany region. Also called Angelico.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The plant Ligusticum actœifolium. See angelico.


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  • A "nondo" even real estate agents seem have to forsaken.

  • "nondo", The Viridian, finding suitable material for this gentleman's project is easy enough.

  • Hurry hurry but, Don't worry shippai s***emo ii sa konna fuu ni yatta MON kachi da ze Just do it nondo demo so zassou no you ni

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  • When I saw this nondo in my photo pool I recognized it immediately: it graces (?) the corner of Herbert and North Henry Street.

  • If you guessed the giant nondo to the left you are only half correct.

  • He had ascertained that the glass windows of Greenpoint's favorite nondo, the Viridian, was to blame for their demise; the reflection cast from them was fooling these cedar waxwings - which should be noted are currently migrating south - to fly into them.


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