amaracus


amaracus
ămārăcus, i, m. f. (ămārăcum, i, n.) Plin. marjolaine.    - [gr]gr. ἀμάρακος (ἀμάρακον).
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ămārăcus, i, m. f. (ămārăcum, i, n.) Plin. marjolaine.    - [gr]gr. ἀμάρακος (ἀμάρακον).
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    Amaracus, huius amaraci, masc. ge. vel Amaracum. n. g. pen. corr. Plin. Marjolaine. Galeno dicitur ea quam officinae vocant Matricariam, rustici autem Marone.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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