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Mandragora
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mandragora

mandragora (màn-dràg´er-e) noun
MANDRAKE.
[Middle English, from Latin mandragorâs. MANDRAKE.]

mandrake

mandrake (màn´drâk´) noun
1.  a. A southern European plant (Mandragora officinarum) having internal linkgreenish-yellow flowers and a branched root. This plant was once believed to have internal linkmagical powers because its root resembles the human body. b. The root of this plant, which contains the poisonous alkaloid hyoscyamine. Also called mandragora.
2. MAY APPLE.
[Middle English, alteration (influenced by drake, internal linkdragon). DRAKE, of mandragora, from Old English, from Latin mandragorâs, from Greek.]

May apple

May apple noun
1. A internal linkrhizomatous plant (Podophyllum peltatum) of eastern North America, having a single, nodding white flower and oval yellow fruit. Although the pulp of the ripe fruit is edible, the roots, leaves, and seeds of the plant are poisonous.
2. The fruit of this plant. Also called mandrake.



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