Lovage Lov"age, n. [F. liv[`e]che, fr. L. levisticum, ligusticum, a plant indigenous to Liguria, lovage, from Ligusticus Ligustine, Ligurian, Liguria a country of Cisalpine Gaul.] (Bot.) An umbelliferous plant ({Levisticum officinale}), sometimes used in medicine as an aromatic stimulant. [1913 Webster]

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