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A shamrock is a young sprig of clover, used as a symbol of Ireland. Saint Patrick, Ireland's patron saint, is said to have used it as a metaphor for the Christian ...

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Mar 17, 2017 ... But even everybody and their brother — and Ma and Da, too — occasionally makes the classic St. Patrick's Day gaffe of confusing shamrocks ...

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Shamrocks have been symbolic of many things over the years. According to legend, the shamrock was a sacred plant to the Druids of Ireland because its leaves ...

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In addition to traditional Irish dishes, the Shamrock features Certified Angus Beef ®, Eastern Shore Soft Shell Crabs, Lamb Shank, Fish 'n Chips, Crab Cakes, ...

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Like England's Rose and Scotland's thistle, the shamrock is an iconic symbol of Irish heritage and culture . It appears on the flag of Erin Go Bragh, meaning ...

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Mar 16, 2017 ... The shamrock is the most iconic symbol of St. Patrick's Day, but what do you really know about the three-leafed plant?

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Shamrock definition, any of several trifoliate plants, as the wood sorrel, Oxalis acetosella, or a small, pink-flowered clover, Trifolium repens minus, but especially ...

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She wore a shamrock in honor of her Irish ancestry. Any of several small plants, forms of clover, with trefoil leaves, especially Trifolium repens. The fields were ...