Petunia

PETUNIA – noun. From Modern Latin Petunia (1789), from French petun (16c.), an obsolete word for “tobacco plant,” from Portuguese petum, evidently from Guarani (Paraguay) pety.

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4 thoughts on “Petunia

  1. Beautiful Picture!

  2. Kathy Waller

    An obsolete word for “tobacco plant.” How interesting!

  3. findingmyinnercourage

    Going to come back when chronic pain has me cuffed to my bed and lose myself in your blog. I went back quite a bit and found myself mesmerized with each post. You truly have one of the better blogs out there. Blessings.

  4. Please feel better. You honor me. _/\_

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