Navelwort Na"vel*wort`, n. (Bot.) A European perennial succulent herb ({Cotyledon umbilicus}), having round, peltate leaves with a central depression; -- also called {pennywort}, and {kidneywort}. [1913 Webster]

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  • navelwort n. a pennywort. — navicular adj. & n. adj. boat shaped. n. (in full navicular bone) a boat shaped bone in the foot or hand. Phrases and idioms: navicular disease an inflammatory disease of the navicular bone in horses, causing lameness. Etymology: F naviculaire or …   Useful english dictionary

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