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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An obsolete word for “tobacco plant.” How interesting!
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.
Please feel better. You honor me. _/\_
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