Having a pale purple colour.
Other Word Forms of Lavender
Origin of Lavender
From Middle English, from Anglo-Norman lavendre (French: lavande), from Medieval Latin lavendula, possibly from Latin lividus (“bluish"), but influenced by lavare (“wash") due to use of lavender in washing clothes.
Middle English lavendre from Anglo-Norman from Medieval Latin livendula, lavendula perhaps from Latin līvidus bluish livid
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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