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ănĕmōnē , ēs, f., = ἀνεμώνη,
I.anemone, i. e. wind-flower, Plin. 21, 11, 38, § 65; 21, 23, 94, § 164 (in the latter pass. Pliny says it was so called because it opened its flowers only when the wind blew; it grows most abundantly in Alpine districts of warmer regions).
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