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1. n., Broad-leafed plantain (Plantago major 🌐), a Eurasian stemless weed, with thick broad leaves, 2.5 to 25 cm long, forming a rosette near the ground, and with tiny flowers developing in a cylindrical head at the tip of a slender stalk; used externally to ripen and heal boils, internally for diabetes and other ailments. Literally, single leaf.

2. n., Marsh pennywort (Hydrocotyle verticillata 🌐).

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s Name of a plant, the seeds of which are to infants as a mawai or cathartic to carry off the meconium.

Laukahi (lă'u-kā'-hi), n.

/ lă'u-kā'-hi / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A plant (Ophioglossum pendulum), the seeds of which are to infants as a mawai or cathartic to carry off the meconium.

2. A variety of creeping fern (Odontoloma repens).

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