- feverfew (n.)
- Old English feferfuge, from Late Latin febrifugia, from Latin febris "fever" + fugare "put to flight" (see febrifuge). So called for its medical usage. The modern English word probably is reborrowed from an Anglo-French source.
- 1. The staminal filament of feverfew is detached, antheral combination, say to get together medicine is staminal.
- 菊科植物的雄蕊花丝分离, 花药联合, 称聚药雄蕊.
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