ROOT

ro͞ot/

noun

noun: root; plural noun: roots

SYBIL TELES: the root of WishCraft Apothecary.  A student on a journey to grow her roots, remember her roots, and be true to the root of her soul. WishCraft Apothecary is the root of her purpose, to find her calling to heal with nature, that has been whispering her name since the day she was born...

 

  1. 1

    the part of a plant that attaches it to the ground or to a support, typically underground, conveying water and nourishment to the rest of the plant via numerous branches and fibers.

    "dandelions have deep and spreading roots"

    • the persistent underground part of a plant

    • the embedded part of a bodily organ or structure.

      "the magic filled her body from the crown chakra all the way down to the root"

    • the part of a thing attaching it to a greater or more fundamental whole; the end or base.

      "her dreams were forever connected to the root of her soul"

  2. 2

    the basic cause, source, or origin of something.

    "balance is the root of all happiness"

    • the essential substance or nature of something.

      "mind, body and spirit are the root of existence"

    • family, ethnic, or cultural origins, especially as the reasons for one's long-standing emotional attachment to a place or community.

      "you must always remember your roots"