Bugleweed

The name bugleweed can refer to two unrelated plants: ...
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Bugleweed

• (n.) A plant of the Mint family and genus Lycopus; esp. L. Virginicus, which has mild narcotic and astringent properties, and is sometimes used as a remedy for hemorrhage.
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Bugleweed

(Ajuga) These perennials and annuals are natives of Europe and form rosettes of colorful foliage. The commonly cultivated kinds are perennials. A. reptans atropurpurea has oblong to spoon-shaped, dark bronze-purple leaves. Its small, two-lipped flowers are tubular and borne in short, whorled spikes in the spring; they are colored blue, occasion...
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bugleweed

(Ajuga), genus of about 40 species of Eurasian plants of the mint family (Lamiaceae), order Lamiales, but lacking the floral upper lip ...
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bugleweed

noun a mildly narcotic and astringent aromatic herb having small whitish flowers; eastern United States
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Bugleweed

Bu'gle·weed` noun (Botany) A plant of the Mint family and genus Lycopus ; esp. Latin Virginicus , which has mild narcotic and astringent properties, and is sometimes used as a remedy for hemorrhage.
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bugleweed

[n] - a mildly narcotic and astringent aromatic herb having small whitish flowers
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