NA·TURE [NEY-CHER] NOUN
Origin: 1200–50; Middle English natur ( e ) < Old French < Latin nātūra conditions of birth, quality, character, natural order, world, equivalent to nāt ( us ) (past participle of nāscī to be born) + -ūra -ure
the collective curiosities of this physical world, including land- and waterscapes, animals, plants, and other features of this wild and beautiful earth
the basic or inherent features of something, especially when seen as essential to it.
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