herbal

[ ur-buh l, hur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF herbal

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That's the Latin name for a herbal, and will help you to remember it when you form one of your own.

The simples that I gathered for her yesterday she had described; they are not in our herbal.

His wife, to support him in prison, published a Herbal in two vols.

No preparation of any chemical, herbal, or other sort was applied to the Europeans, at least.

There are said to be 870 figures in Lytes herbal, of which about thirty are new.

The number of herbal decoctions that they administer to a sick person is incredible.

He's come to me for some herbal cure, but there's nothing I can give.

The Queen moved restlessly about the room, and stopped to look at an herbal.

All this can be avoided by having a herbal written in English.

In this Herbal every plant is assigned to one of the signs of the zodiac.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from Latin herbalis, from herba (see herb).

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