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Definition of the noun agrimony

What does agrimony mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: agrimonies

  1. a plant of the genus Agrimonia having spikelike clusters of small yellow flowers
    • lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
    • synonym of agrimony: agrimonia
    • more generic terms: herb / herbaceous plant = a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties
    • more specific terms:
    • member of: genus Agrimonia = genus of herbs found chiefly in north temperate regions having pinnate leaves and yellow flowers followed by bristly fruit

Alternative definition of the noun agrimony


  1. Any of several perennial herbaceous plants, of the genus Agrimonia, that have spikes of yellow flowers
  2. Any of several unrelated plants of a similar appearance


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Google previewBackyard Medicine (2009)

Harvest and Make Your Own Herbal Remedies by Julie Bruton-Seal, Matthew Seal

Agrimony is a great herb for treating intermittent fever and chills, or in alternating constipation and diarrhea, as it helps the body to recover a working balance between extremes, by releasing the tension and constricted energy that cause such ...

Google previewNew Peterson magazine (1879)

—This species of agrimony is a perennial herb, with interruptedly pinnate leaves, common to Asia, ...

Google previewIndian Herbalogy of North America (1969)

Uses: Agrimony is an old remedy of North American and European aborigines for debility, as it gives tone to the whole system. Useful in bowel complaints, simple diarrhoea and relaxed bowels, chronic mucous diseases, asthma, fevers and ...

Google previewThe Eclectic Medical Journal (1892)

Agrimony is a useful cough remedy when the secretions are profuse, thick, and offensive. In phthisis, with muddy ill- smelling urine, it will be found an agent of great value. Besides checking secretion it acts ...

Google previewLeechdoms, wortcunning, and starcraft of early England: Being a collection .

by T.O. Cockayne

Gapclllre; the agrimony is a bored plant, and derives the latter part of its name thence. E. G. Page 32B.Geopmenlear may be connected with Gaynor-Jon as a prefix in the sense of noble. Page 323. Gescadwyrt; the skirewit or skirret was an ...

Google previewBach Flower Remedies For Men (2011)

by Stefan Ball

For people who don't seem to have a care in the world but who go through mental torture inside, Agrimony is the remedy to choose. As has been suggested, ...

Google previewLeechdoms, Wortcunning, and Starcraft of Early England: Recipes, from Brit. Mus. Harl. 585. Of schools of medicine, Harl. ms. 6258. Prognostics. Starcraft. Charms. Durham glossary of names of plants. Saxon names of plants. Glossary. Index. Names of persons. Historical fragments (1866)

by Thomas Oswald Cockayne, Sextus Placitus (Papyriensis.), Dioscorides Pedanius (of Anazarbos.)

Gaiichjre ; the agrimony is a burred plant, and derives the latter part of its name thence. E. G. Page 328. Geopmenleav may be connected with eo]imen,fonnd as a prefix in the sense of noble. Page 328. Gescadwyrt ; the skirewit or skirret was ...

Google previewThe Vegetable Kingdom and Its Products (1858)

Serving as an Introduction to the Natural System of Botany, and as a Textbook of All the Vegetable Substances Used in the Arts, Manufactures, Medicine, and Domestic Economy: Arranged According to the System of De Candolle by Robert Hogg

Agrimony is a mild corroborant and astringent. The herb has been employed in relaxed conditions of disease ...

Google previewThe Bromley Magazine (1845)

Hemp Agrimony is the least like a composite plant of any ; it has pale purple flowers in a loose head ; out of each floret is seen to protrude a little white stigma ; leaves palmate, in five divisions ; grows in wet ditches and hedges ; near ...

Google previewLeechdoms, wortcunning, and starcraft of early England (1866)

Being a collection of documents, for the most part never before printed, illustrating the history of science in this country before the Norman conquest by Thomas Oswald Cockayne, Apuleius Barbarus, Dioscorides Pedanius (of Anazarbos.)

Gapclipe ; the agrimony is a barred plant, and derives the latter part of“ its name thence. E. G. Page 328. Geopmenlear may be connected with 60pmen,found as a prefix in the sense of noble. Page 328. Gescadwyrt; the skirewit or skirret was ...

Google previewMedicine Grove (1997)

A Shamanic Herbal by Loren Cruden

Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) Correspondences: Southeast/Jupiter /Air Habitat : Agrimony is a European native of shores and ditches. It grows in thickets and woods of the northeast and central United States. Parts used: Aerial parts are ...

Google previewMedicinal and Other Uses of North American Plants (2013)

A Historical Survey with Special Reference to the Eastern Indian Tribes by Charlotte Erichsen-Brown

Agrimony is a valuable medicine both the herb and the root. It is a tonic or strengthener of the system and affects most sensibly the regions of the kidneys and bladder. A tea or powder of this simple is a remedy for diabetes, ...

Google previewThe Popular Educator (1852)

Agrimony is a wild plant, well known to the ancients, which is said to derive its name from a Greek word, meaning the web or pearl of the eye, to which it was thought to be applicable with advantage. The stem, which is generally simple, varies ...

Google previewThe Garden (1904)

The common Agrimony is a well-known inhabitant of this country, frequently met with by the waysides and borders of woods. An erect-growing, hairy perennial, having the characteristic pinnate leaves with unequal leaflets of oval form, coarsely ...

Google previewMiller's dictionary of gardening, botany, and agriculture; revised (1834)

by Philip Miller

Agrimony. Dodecandria Digynia, Linnaeus; Rosacea, Jussieu. Calyx top-shaped above, and burdock-like on the border, five-parted ; petals five, borne by the calyx ; stamens fifteen ; seeds in the bottom of the hardened calyx ; leaves wing-cleft.

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

English: agrimony, common agrimony, cockle bur, liverwort Arabic: ghafith, terfaq A. gryposepala Wallr. English: common ...

Google previewDictionary of Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods (2005)

by Michael Eskin, Snait Tamir

Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) is a valuable medicinal herb used mainly as a gastrointestinal tonic. It is characterized by long leaves with small, yellow flowers, one above the other in long spikes on a hairy, brown stalk, 2 to 3 feet ...

Google previewThe domestic encyclopaedia (1802)

or, A dictionary of facts, and useful knowledge, comprehending a concise view of the latest discoveries, inventions, and improvements, chiefly applicable to rural and domestic enconomy ... by Anthony Florian Madinger Willich

AGRIMONY, Common ; atAgri- yinmia Eitpatoria, L. is an indigenous plant, which grows ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Common Wildflowers of Texas & the Southern Great Plains (2005)

by Joel Ellis Holloway, Amanda Neill

Agrimonia microcarpa SmaJlfruit Agrimony SCIENTIFIC NAME: Agrimonia, a mistransliteration of Greek, ap"y£ ucovr|, ...

Google previewCunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs (2012)

by Scott Cunningham

AGRIMONY. (Agrimonia eupatoria)G Folk Names: Church Steeples, Cocklebur, Garclive, Philanthropos, Sticklewort, Stickwort, Umakhuthula, Ntola Gender: Masculine Planet: Jupiter Element: Air Powers: Protection, sleep Magical Uses: Use in ...

Google previewLexicon Medicum: or, Medical Dictionary ... Fourth edition (1839)

by Robert HOOPER (M.D.), Klein Grant

Agrimony. 1. The name of a genus of plants in the Linnaean system. Class, Dodccandria ,- Order, Digynia. 2. The pharmacopoeial name of the common agrimony. See Agrimonia eupatofl'a. Acamonm EUPATORXA. The systematic name of the ...

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Scrabble value of A1G2R1I1M3O1N1Y4

The value of this 8-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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