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cactus

πŸ“ Description
"Cactus" is a singular noun originating from the Latin word 'cactus', which was borrowed from the Ancient Greek word 'κάκτος' (kaktos), meaning 'cardoon'. In English, it refers to a type of plant that is native to arid regions and well adapted to survive in dry environments with its thick stem and spines. The plural form can be either "cactuses" or "cacti".
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"A small cactus sits on my office desk, bringing a touch of life to the usual routine."
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