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Definition of Mandragora

Mandragora
Mandragora Man*drag"o*ra, n. [L., mandragoras the mandrake.] (Bot.) A genus of plants; the mandrake. See Mandrake, 1.

Meaning of Mandragora from wikipedia

- Mandragora officinarum is the type species of the plant genus Mandragora. It is often known as mandrake, although this name is also used for other plants...
- Rolando Mandragora (Italian pronunciation: [roˈlando manˈdraːɡora]; born 29 June 1997) is an Italian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Serie A...
- Mandragora is a plant genus belonging to the nightshade family (Solanaceae). Members of the genus are known as mandrakes. There are between three and five...
- Mandragora the Latin equivalent of the English mandrake can refer to: Any of the species of the plant genus Mandragora (genus): Mandragora autumnalis,...
- Mandragora autumnalis, known as mandrake or autumn mandrake, is recognized by some sources as a separate species from Mandragora officinarum, although...
- found around the Mediterranean (Mandragora autumnalis and/or Mandragora officinarum) chiefly by being larger. Mandragora turcomanica is a perennial herbaceous...
- The Masque of Mandragora is the first serial of the 14th season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast...
- Mandragora is a 1997 film by Polish director Wiktor Grodecki about the mental and physical decline of a 15-year-old boy who runs away from his seemingly...
- Mandragora are an English space rock/world dance music band from Brighton, England, whose formative output can be described as psychedelic rock with ethnic...
- root of a plant, historically derived either from plants of the genus Mandragora found in the Mediterranean region, or from other species, such as Bryonia...
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