traveler’s-joy [trav-uh-lerz-joi, trav-lerz-] Word Origin noun

  1. a woody vine, Clematis vitalba, of the buttercup family, native to Europe and northern Africa, having long-plumed fruit and slightly fragrant, white flowers.

Origin of traveler’s-joy First recorded in 1590–1600 Also called old-man’s-beard, withywind.

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