mandragora

noun man·drag·o·ra \ man-ˈdra-gə-rə \

Definition of mandragora

: mandrake 1

Origin and Etymology of mandragora

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


Medical Dictionary

mandragora

noun man·drag·o·ra \ man-ˈdrag-ə-rə \

medical Definition of mandragora

1 : mandrake 1
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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