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As @peter-shor's answer says already : nip [...] comes from Latin nepeta [...] family of herbs but we can trace still further ...

David Gledhill's book The Names of Plants gives us Regarding the rootsource of the word for the nepeta genus, quoting Floral Centric [...] by William Darlington in 1826:

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Same Nepeta genus which is anroot (ie. the ancient Etruscan city.) is quoted in David Gledhill's The Names of Plants:

Nepeta the Latin name, from Nepi, Italy

As @peter-shor's answer says already : nip [...] comes from Latin nepeta [...] family of herbs but we can trace still further ...

David Gledhill's book The Names of Plants gives us the root of the word for the Nepeta genus which is an ancient Etruscan city.

Nepeta the Latin name, from Nepi, Italy

As @peter-shor's answer says already : nip [...] comes from Latin nepeta [...] family of herbs. Regarding the source of the nepeta genus, quoting Floral Centric [...] by William Darlington in 1826:

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Same Nepeta genus root (ie. the ancient Etruscan city) is quoted in David Gledhill's The Names of Plants:

Nepeta the Latin name, from Nepi, Italy

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As @peter-shor's answer says already : nip [...] comes from Latin nepeta  [...] family of herbs but we can trace still further ...

David Gledhill's book The Names of Plants gives us the root of the word for the Nepeta genus which is an ancient Etruscan city.

Nepeta the Latin name, from Nepi, Italy

As @peter-shor's answer says already : nip [...] comes from Latin nepeta  but we can trace still further ...

David Gledhill's book The Names of Plants gives us the root of the word for the Nepeta genus which is an ancient Etruscan city.

Nepeta the Latin name, from Nepi, Italy

As @peter-shor's answer says already : nip [...] comes from Latin nepeta [...] family of herbs but we can trace still further ...

David Gledhill's book The Names of Plants gives us the root of the word for the Nepeta genus which is an ancient Etruscan city.

Nepeta the Latin name, from Nepi, Italy

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As @peter-shor's answer says already : nip [...] comes from Latin nepeta but we can trace still further ...

David Gledhill's book The Names of Plants gives us the root of the word for the Nepeta genus which is an ancient Etruscan city.

Nepeta the Latin name, from Nepi, Italy