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hol·ly·hock / ˈhälēˌhäk/ • n. a tall Eurasian plant (Alcea rosea) of the mallow family, widely cultivated for its large showy flowers.

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hollyhock †marsh mallow XIII; Althaea rosea XVI. f. HOLY + hock, OE. hoc mallow, with ref. to some sacred assoc.

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hollyhock

hollyhock See ALTHAEA and MALVACEAE.

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hollyhock: see mallow.

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