Saltwort definitions

sôlt'wûrt', -wôrt'
Any of several plants of the genus Salsola, native to Eurasia and widely naturalized elsewhere, having stiff, prickly leaves and growing on seashores and in semiarid areas.
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A low-growing succulent shrub (Batis maritima) native to warm coastal regions of the Americas, having small yellow flowers and thick aromatic leaves.
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Any of a genus (Salsola) of plants of the goosefoot family, growing on seashores or saline soils, including the Russian thistle.
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Batis maritima, a plant distributed in the southwestern United States, Caribbean, and South America in coastal saltmarshes.
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Glaux maritima, a plant in the primrose family (Primulaceae) and which grows along coasts throughout the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere.
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Origin of saltwort

From salt + wort (“plant").