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Cyclamen (family Primulaceae) A genus of herbs with large corms, from which arise the simple leaves and the solitary, nodding flowers on long, leafless stalks with large, reflexed corolla lobes. They are grown widely for their showy flowers. There are 17 species, occurring from Europe to Iran.

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cyclamen Genus of 20 species of low-growing perennial herbs, native to central Europe and the Mediterranean region. They have swollen, tuberous corms, and heart- or kidney-shaped leaves. The drooping blooms are white, pink, lilac or crimson. Family Primulaceae.

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cy·cla·men / ˈsīkləmən; ˈsik-/ • n. (pl. same or cyclamens) a European plant (genus Cyclamen) of the primrose family, having pink, red, or white flowers with backward-curving petals.

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cyclamen XVI. — medL. cyclamen, for L. cyclamīnos, -on — Gr. kuklámīnos, perh. f. kúklos circle, CYCLE, with ref. to its bulbous roots.

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cyclamen: see primrose.

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