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chămaemēlon , i, n., = χαμαίμηλον (lit. earth-apple, on account of the applelike smell of the blossoms),
I.chamomile, Plin. 22, 21, 26, § 53; Pall. Jun. 10; App. Herb. 24.—Called also chămŏmilla , ae, f., Plin. Val. 3, 2; Macer. Flor. 14, v. 550.
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