beznuduk'unᗫᙆᘄᑐᗽᐣbeznʌdʌkʼʌnNIndian Rouge

A low bush (2-3 inches high) with red flowers that are crushed and used as a dye or rouge.

Etymology: Literally ‟that by means of which we (n-class objects) are reddened”, where the n-class objects are faces.


Related Words:   Plants


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