mandragora

noun
man·drag·o·ra | \man-ˈdra-gə-rə \

Definition of mandragora 

First Known Use of mandragora

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for mandragora

Middle English, from Old English, from Latin mandragoras, from Greek

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mandragora

noun
man·drag·o·ra | \man-ˈdrag-ə-rə \

Medical Definition of mandragora 

2 capitalized : a small genus of Eurasian herbs of the family Solanaceae with basal leaves, bell-shaped flowers, and fleshy berries and that includes the mandrake

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