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1. Of, or pertaining to, the Acanthus [thorny, prickly, spiny] plants.
2. In popular use, the name is chiefly native to the shores of the Mediterranean, and cultivated in England, celebrated among the Greeks and Romans for the elegance of its leaves.
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