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pict BS: Size of a shamrock (33) RE: BS: Size of a shamrock 22 Apr 02

Seamrag is the Scots Gaelic word for any clover but particularly the wood sorrel the word derives from seam(which can be traced back to Old Irish)which means mild,seamrag meaning the little mild one.Trifolium repens(Dutch clover) is the type now used as the emblem of Ireland on Paddy's day etc. but originally it was the wood sorrel.

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