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co•ryd•a•lis



Pronunciation: (ku-rid'l-is), [key]
n.
any of the erect or climbing plants constituting the genus Corydalis, of the poppy family, having divided leaves, tuberous or fibrous roots, and clusters of irregular spurred flowers.

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