Myrtle meaning

mûr'tl
Any of several evergreen shrubs or trees of the genus Myrtus, especially M. communis, an aromatic shrub native to the Mediterranean region, having white flowers and blue-black berries and widely cultivated as a hedge plant.
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Any of several other evergreen shrubs or trees, such as the wax myrtle.
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The periwinkle Vinca minor.
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Any of a genus (Myrtus) of plants of the myrtle family, with evergreen leaves, white or pinkish flowers, and dark, fragrant berries.
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Any of various other plants, as the periwinkle and the California laurel.
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Designating a family (Myrtaceae, order Myrtales) of dicotyledonous, evergreen trees and shrubs, including eucalyptus, guava, clove, and blue gum.
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A feminine name.
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An evergreen shrub or small tree of the genus Myrtus, native to southern Europe and north Africa.
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A female given name.
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Origin of myrtle

Middle English mirtille from Old French from Medieval Latin myrtillus diminutive of Latin myrtus from Greek murtos