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Definition of the noun agaric
What does agaric mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: agarics
- fungus used in the preparation of punk for fuses
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- scientific name: Fomes igniarius
- more generic word: fungus = an organism of the kingdom Fungi lacking chlorophyll and feeding on organic matter
- member of: Fomes / genus Fomes = genus of bracket fungi forming corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores often of large size
- a saprophytic fungus of the order Agaricales having an umbrellalike cap with gills on the underside
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- more generic terms: basidiomycete / basidiomycetous fungi = any of various fungi of the subdivision Basidiomycota
- more specific terms:
- mushroom = mushrooms and related fleshy fungi
- mushroom = common name for an edible agaric
- toadstool = common name for an inedible or poisonous agaric
- Agaricus arvensis / horse mushroom = coarse edible mushroom with a hollow stem and a broad white cap
- Agaricus campestris / meadow mushroom / field mushroom = common edible mushroom found naturally in moist open soil
- Amanita caesarea / Caesar's agaric / royal agaric = widely distributed edible mushroom resembling the fly agaric
- false deathcap / Amanita mappa = agaric often confused with the death cup
- Amanita muscaria / fly agaric = poisonous (but rarely fatal) woodland fungus having a scarlet cap with white warts and white gills
- Amanita phalloides / destroying angel / death angel / death cap / death cup = extremely poisonous usually white fungus with a prominent cup-shaped base
- Amanita rubescens / blushing mushroom / blusher = yellowish edible agaric that usually turns red when touched
- destroying angel / Amanita verna = fungus similar to Amanita phalloides
- Cantharellus cibarius / chantarelle / chanterelle = widely distributed edible mushroom rich yellow in color with a smooth cap and a pleasant apricot aroma
- Cantharellus floccosus / floccose chanterelle = a mildly poisonous fungus with a fruiting body shaped like a hollow trumpet
- Cantharellus clavatus / pig's ears = an edible agaric with a brown fruiting body that is often compound
- Cantharellus cinnabarinus / cinnabar chanterelle = mushroom with a distinctive pink to vermillion fruiting body
- jack-o-lantern fungus / Omphalotus illudens / jack-a-lantern / jack-o-lantern = a large poisonous agaric with orange caps and narrow clustered stalks
- Coprinus atramentarius / inky-cap mushroom / inky cap = having a cap that melts into an inky fluid after spores have matured
- shaggymane mushroom / Coprinus comatus / shaggy cap / shaggymane = common edible mushroom having an elongated shaggy white cap and black spores
- Lactarius delicioso / milkcap = edible mushroom
- fairy-ring mushroom / Marasmius oreades = mushroom that grows in a fairy ring
- Pleurotus ostreatus / oyster mushroom / oyster agaric / oyster fungus = edible agaric with a soft greyish cap growing in shelving masses on dead wood
- Pleurotus phosphoreus / olive-tree agaric = red luminescent mushroom of Europe
- Pholiota astragalina = a fungus with a smooth orange cap and yellow gills and pale yellow stalk
- golden pholiota / Pholiota aurea = a beautiful yellow gilled fungus found from Alaska south along the coast
- Pholiota destruens = a large fungus with whitish scales on the cap and remnants of the veil hanging from the cap
- Pholiota flammans = a fungus with a yellow cap covered with fine scales as is the stalk
- Pholiota flavida = a fungus that grows in clusters on the ground; cap is brownish orange with a surface that is smooth and slightly sticky
- Pholiota nameko / viscid mushroom / nameko = one of the most important fungi cultivated in Japan
- Pholiota squarrosa-adiposa = a gilled fungus having yellow slimy caps with conspicuous tawny scales on the caps and stalks
- Pholiota squarrosa / scaly pholiota = a gilled fungus with a cap and stalk that are conspicuously scaly with upright scales
- Pholiota squarrosoides = a pale buff fungus with tawny scales
- Stropharia ambigua = a gilled fungus with a long stalk and a yellow slimy cap from which fragments of the broken veil hang
- Stropharia hornemannii = a gilled fungus with a large slimy purple or olive cap; gills become purple with age
- Stropharia rugoso-annulata = a large gilled fungus with a broad cap and a long stalk; the cap is dark brown; the white gills turn dark purplish brown with age
- Entoloma sinuatum / Entoloma lividum = a deadly poisonous agaric
- Entoloma aprile = an agaric with a dark brown conical cap
- Chlorophyllum molybdites = a poisonous agaric with a fibrillose cap and brown scales on a white ground color; cap can reach a diameter of 30 cm
- lepiota = any fungus of the genus Lepiota
- parasol mushroom / Lepiota procera = edible long-stalked mushroom with white flesh and gills and spores
- Clitocybe nuda / blewits = edible agaric that is pale lilac when young
- Tricholoma populinum / sandy mushroom = an edible agaric that fruits in great clusters
- Tricholoma pessundatum = a mildly poisonous agaric with a viscid reddish brown cap and white gills and stalk
- Tricholoma sejunctum = an agaric with a cap that is coated with dark fibrils in the center and has yellowish margins
- Tricholoma flavovirens / man-on-a-horse = an edible agaric with yellow gills and a viscid yellow cap that has a brownish center
- Tricholoma venenata = a poisonous white agaric
- Tricholoma pardinum = a poisonous agaric having a pale cap with fine grey fibrils
- Tricholoma vaccinum = an agaric with a cap that is densely covered with reddish fibrils and pale gills and stalk
- Tricholoma aurantium = an orange tan agaric whose gills become brown by maturity
- Pluteus aurantiorugosus = an agaric with a brilliant scarlet cap and a slender stalk
- sawdust mushroom / Pluteus magnus = an edible agaric found in piles of hardwood sawdust
- Pluteus cervinus / deer mushroom = a small edible agaric with a slender stalk
- Volvariella volvacea / Chinese mushroom / straw mushroom = small tropical and subtropical edible mushroom having a white cap and long stem
- Volvariella bombycina = a mushroom with a dry yellowish to white fibrillose cap
- Clitocybe clavipes = an agaric with a flat cap that is greyish or yellowish brown with pallid gills and a stalk that bulges toward the base
- Clitocybe dealbata = a small poisonous agaric
- Clitocybe inornata = a fungus with a cap that is creamy grey when young and turns brown with age and a whitish stalk that stains yellow when handled
- Clitocybe robusta / Clytocybe alba = a large white agaric
- Tricholoma irinum / Clitocybe irina / Lepista irina = an edible agaric with large silky white caps and thick stalks
- Clitocybe subconnexa = an edible white agaric that fruits in dense clusters
- Flammulina velutipes / winter mushroom = an edible agaric that is available in early spring or late fall when few other mushrooms are; has a viscid smooth orange to brown cap and a velvety stalk that turns black in maturity and pallid gills
- waxycap = any fungus of the family Hygrophoraceae having gills that are more or less waxy in appearance
- Cortinarius armillatus = a fungus with large tawny caps and pale cinnamon gills and a red band of veil around the stalk
- Cortinarius atkinsonianus = an edible fungus with a slimy viscid cap that is initially yellow but turns olive and then tawny
- Cortinarius corrugatus = a fungus with a viscid wrinkled tawny cap; the stalk has a basal bulb that diminishes as the stalk elongates
- Cortinarius gentilis = a poisonous fungus with a bright yellow brown cap and a long cinnamon colored stalk
- purple-staining Cortinarius / Cortinarius mutabilis = a fungus with a reddish purple cap having a smooth slimy surface; close violet gills
- Cortinarius semisanguineus = a fungus with a dry brown cap and rusty red gills and a yellowish stalk
- Cortinarius subfoetidus = a fungus with a sticky lavender cap and stalk that whitish above and covered with a silky lavender sheath
- Cortinarius violaceus = a fungus that is violet overall with a squamulose cap
- Gymnopilus spectabilis = a fungus with a brownish orange fruiting body and a ring near the top of the stalk
- Gymnopilus validipes = a poisonous fungus with a dry cap and a cortina that does not leave much of a ring on the robust stalk
- Gymnopilus ventricosus = a giant fungus of the Pacific Northwest
- shoestring fungus = any of several fungi of the genus Armillaria that form brown stringy rhizomorphs and cause destructive rot of the roots of some trees such as apples or maples
- Armillaria caligata / booted armillaria = fungus with a brown cap and white gills and a membranous ring halfway up the stalk
- Armillaria ponderosa / white matsutake = a large white mushroom that develops brown stains as it ages; gills are white; odor is spicy and aromatic
- Armillaria zelleri = a large fungus with viscid cap that dries and turns brown with age
- Armillariella mellea / honey mushroom / honey fungus = a honey-colored edible mushroom commonly associated with the roots of trees in late summer and fall
- member of: Agaricales / order Agaricales = typical gilled mushrooms belonging to the subdivision Basidiomycota
Alternative definition of the noun agaric
- Any of various fungi of the family Agaricaceae, having umbrella-like caps with numerous gills beneath.
- The dried mushroom used in medicine.
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Agaric is a fungus, of an irregular figure, three or four inches...
by Abraham Rees
Agaric is an ingredient in the theriaca Andromachi, where it is admitted in quality of a cordial: though its cardiac virtue is...
The Cyclopædia (1819)
Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature by Abraham Rees
Agaric is an ingredient in the theriaca Andromachi, where it is admitted in quality of a cordial : though its cardiac virtue is...
English physician (1794)
by Nicholas Culpeper
It is called larix both in Greek and L*tin; and also agaricum, and ogaricus; the agaric is an excrescence, or kind os mushroom, that groweth on this tree, being within white, soft, and spongy, like a mushroom ...
Science and the Detective (2008)
Selected Reading in Forensic Science by Brian H. Kaye
Kate Charlesworth comments that the mushroom fly agaric is the presumed source of a hallucinogenic drug called soma.
Thousands of Bizarre Origins, Unexpected Connections, and Fascinating Facts about English's Best Expressions by Barbara Ann Kipfer
that comes out of a stove or a furnace fly agaric is a mushroom with a narcotic juice which, in sufficient quantities, is poisonous ...
A Botanical Dictionary (1805)
Or, Elements of Systematic and Philosophical Botany by Colin Milne
Agaric is an excrescence found upon the trunks and Jarge branches of several trees, but chiefly upon the larch, and some oaksi It is of two forts, the male and female; the former is yellow, hard and woody, and used for dying black; the latter is ...
A Botanical Dictionary: Or, Elements of Systematic and Philosophical Botany ... The Second Edition, with Many Additions, and Illustrative Plates (1805)
by Colin MILNE
Agaric is an excrescence found upon the trunks and large branches of several trees, 'but chiesly upon the larch, and some oalu. It is of two sorts, the male and female; the former is yellow, hard and woody, and used for dyin black; the latter is ...
Principles of Life (2016)
by CTI Reviews
An agaric is a type of fungal fruiting body characterized by the presence of a pileus that is clearly differentiated ...
by Nicholas P. Money
The fly agaric is a dangerous thing: “But the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said, ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest you die.” But it is also a temptation offered by the Devil: “And the serpent said unto ...
Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge : Illustrated with Upwards of 150 Elegant Engravings. E - I by William Nicholson
Agaric is an excrescence found upon the trunks and large branches of several trees, but chiefly upon the larch, and some oaks. It is of two sorts, the male and female ; the former is yellow, hard, and woody, and used for dying black; the latter ...
Canada Lancet (1891)
Lastly, powdered agaric is an excellent remedy, not equal to atropine, but perfectly harmless, and never causing derangement of digestion. It may well be combined with tannin or belladonna, given in doses of three or four 346 THE CANADA ...
by Michael Fortescue
“fly agaric' [cf. perhaps peron( a); ...
by Richard Rudgley
of London, and Dr Alona Yefimenko of the Palana Museum, Kamchatka, for translating material concerning the Siberian fly agaric petroglyphs from the Russian;Paul Devereuxfor kindly sending mehis paperon nutmeginduced hallucinations; ...
A Practical Guide to Creating Healing, Protection, and Prosperity using Plants, Herbs, and Flowers by Susan Gregg
Amanita muscaria Enriches your life and your dreams □ agaric will: Increase fertility, Enhance your dreams, Deepen your connection with the Divine, Attract gnomes and fairies □ the plant: This small mushroom is frequently used as an ...
(Except Ornamentals) by Peter Hanelt, Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research
Agaric. Mod. Tax. (1986) 177. White oyster mushroom; G. WeiBer Austemseitling. The popular names are confused with the names for Pleurotus ostreatus. (Popular names often do not differentiate ...
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AGARIC, in botany. See AGAR icus. AGAR1c, in pharmacy, a kind of fungous excrescence, growing on the trunks and large branches of several trees; but chiefly, on the larch tree, and upon some kinds of oak, when decayed. Three fourths of it ...
A New Medical Dictionary (1817)
Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy, Physiology ... and the Various Branches of Natural Philosophy Connected with Medicine by Robert Hooper
A name of the agallochum or aromatic aloe* Agaric. See Agaricut. Agauacoides. A species of agaricus or fungus. AGABICUS.
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