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Topic: PLANTS

Date: 1500-1600
Origin: Perhaps from Old French tendron, from tendon 'tendon, tendril', from Medieval Latin tendo; TENDON

tendril

noun
     
ten‧dril [countable]
1HBP a thin leafless curling stem by which a climbing plant fastens itself to a support
2 literaryHBH a thin curling piece of hair
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