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o·reg·a·no / əˈregəˌnō/ • n. an aromatic plant (Origanum vulgare) of the mint family, related to marjoram, with leaves that are used fresh or dried as a culinary herb.

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oregano (marjoram) Dried leaves and flowers of several perennial herbs of the genus Oreganum, native to Mediterranean lands and w Asia. It is a popular culinary herb. Family Lamiaceae/Labiatae; genus Origanum.

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oregano (oreganum) Aromatic herb, Oreganum vulgare, also known as wild marjoram and Mexican sage.

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oregano See ORIGANUM.