oleraceous

adjective
ol·er·a·ceous | \¦älə¦rāshəs\

Definition of oleraceous 

: having the qualities of a potherb oleraceous plants

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History and Etymology for oleraceous

Latin oleraceus, holeraceus, from oler-, olus, holer-, holus potherb + -aceus -aceous; akin to Latin helvus light-bay-colored

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