Word of the Day: Pachysandra

Pachysandra

Say It: /pakiˈsandrə/

Part of Speech: noun

Definition (as defined by Merriam-Webster): any of a genus (Pachysandra) of perennial evergreen plants of the box family often used as a ground cover.

Used in a Sentence (aka How I Found It): “Tinka, the wind calls your name. And the pond, and the trees, and the– pachysandra.” -Snake in All I Wanna Do

Origin: New Latin, first used in 1813

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