Jasmine (noun)

  1. A climbing or creeping plant with fragrant, white or yellowish flowers, used in perfumes and for decoration.
  2. The fragrant white or yellowish flowers of this plant, used for fragrance and decoration.

Origin:

From old french jasmin, from persian yāsamīn, from arabic (yašmīn), ultimately from sanskrit यशमनि (yaśman). first recorded in english in the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. The jasmine plant was grown in many gardens for its sweet fragrance.
  2. Jasmine tea is a popular beverage in many cultures and is known for its calming effects.
  3. The bride carried a bouquet of jasmine flowers for good luck.
  4. The scent of jasmine filled the air as she walked down the aisle.
  5. Jasmine is an important ingredient in many perfumes and essential oils.
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