mandragora [man-drag-er-uh, man-druh-gawr-uh, -gohr-uh] ExamplesWord Origin noun
Origin of mandragora before 1000; Middle English, Old English Medieval Latin, Latin mandragorās Greek mandragórās Examples from the Web for mandragora Historical Examples of mandragora
Now solitude and silence are worse for me than poppy and mandragora.
There was no mandragora in the honorary draught of learning that he had bought.
She was then asked what she had done with her mandragora (mandrake)?
The mandrake or mandragora is frequently mentioned in the plays.
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Plato and Demosthenes also speak of mandragora as a soporific.
Word Origin and History for mandragora n.