nightshade

[n] - any of numerous shrubs or herbs or vines of the genus Solanum
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Nightshade

• (n.) A common name of many species of the genus Solanum, given esp. to the Solanum nigrum, or black nightshade, a low, branching weed with small white flowers and black berries reputed to be poisonous. • (n.) A common name of many species of the genus Solanum, given esp. to the Solanum nigrum, or black nightshade, a low, branching weed ...
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nightshade

<botany> A common name of many species of the genus Solanum, given especially. To the Solanum nigrum, or black nightshade, a low, branching weed with small white flowers and black berries reputed to be poisonous. Deadly nightshade. Same as Belladonna . Enchanter's nightshade. See Enchanter. Stinking nightshade. See Henbane. Three-leaved night...
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nightshade

noun any of numerous shrubs or herbs or vines of the genus Solanum; most are poisonous though many bear edible fruit
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Nightshade

[1985 video game] Nightshade is a ZX Spectrum video game developed and released by Ultimate Play The Game in 1985. Building upon the earlier titles Knight Lore and Alien 8 using the flip-screen, isometric gameplay branded Filmation, Nightshade introduces a scrolling isometric environment branded Filmation II. == Gameplay == The player takes...
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Nightshade

[Nes Game] Centre detail from Full Panorama Wellington City Night.jpg Even though not originating from the same source images, :Image:Wellington City Day.jpg shows the same view, but during the day. :Image:Port of Wellington at night.jpg is a small section of the original panorama showing only the port. ...
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Nightshade

Night'shade` noun [ Anglo-Saxon nichtscadu .] (Botany) A common name of many species of the genus Solanum , given esp. to the Solanum nigrum , or black nightshade, a low, branching weed with small white flowers and black berries reputed to be poisonous. Deadly nightshade...
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nightshade

Any of several plants in the nightshade family. They include the annual herbaceous black nightshade (S. nigrum), with white flowers similar to those of the potato plant and black berries; the perennial shrubby bittersweet or woody nightshade (S. dulcamara), with purple, potatolike flowers and scarlet berrie...
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nightshade

any plant of the genus Solanum (family Solanaceae; q.v.), which has about 2,300 species, and certain other plants of the same family and other ... [2 related articles]
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Nightshade

archaic or obsolete terms > Herbs & Plants: A common name of many species of the genus Solanum, given esp. to the Solanum nigrum, or black nightshade, a low, branching weed with small white flowers and black berries reputed to be poisonous. Deadly nightshade. Same as Belladonna.
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Nightshade

Large group of common weeds that paralyze the nervous system causing rapid bloating, respiratory failure and death.
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nightshade

nightshade, common name for the Solanaceae, a family of herbs, shrubs, and a few trees of warm regions, chiefly tropical America. Many are climbing or creeping types, and rank-smelling foliage is typical of many species. The odor is due to the presence of various alkaloids (including scopolamine, ni...
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nightshade

Type: Term Pronunciation: nīt′shād Definitions: 1. Any of a number of plants of the genus Solanum (family Solanaceae) and of some other genera of the family Solanaceae.
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