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as·pho·del / ˈasfəˌdel/ • n. 1. a Eurasian plant (genera Asphodelus and Asphodeline) of the lily family, typically having long slender leaves and flowers borne on a spike. See also bog asphodel. 2. poetic/lit. an immortal flower said to grow in the Elysian fields.

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asphodel an everlasting flower said to grow in the Elysian fields. The name is recorded from late Middle English and comes via Latin from the Greek base of daffodil.

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asphodel liliaceous plant. XVI. — L. asphodelus — Gr. asphódelos. See DAFFODIL.

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