goutweed definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A European plant (Aegopodium podagraria) in the parsley family, widely naturalized in eastern North America, having small white flowers grouped in compound umbels. A variegated form is commonly grown as an edging or ground cover. Also called bishop's weed.
Origin of goutweedFrom its earlier use as a cure for gout.
goutweed definition by Wiktionary
- ground-elder, Aegopodium podagraria.