What is another word for polygonatum?

Pronunciation: [pˌɒlɪɡənˈɑːtəm] (IPA)

Polygonatum is a word that refers to a genus of flowering plants commonly known as Solomon's seal. This name comes from the shape of the root and stem, which resembles the seal of King Solomon. While polygonatum is the most widely used name for this plant, there are a number of synonyms that can also be used. These include the names King Solomon's seal, Sealwort, and Lady's Seal. Other synonyms for polygonatum include Conqueror's Seal, Sealroot, and Dropberry. No matter which name you use, polygonatum is a beautiful and versatile plant that is well-loved by gardeners and nature enthusiasts alike.

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What are the hypernyms for Polygonatum?

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What are the hyponyms for Polygonatum?

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What are the holonyms for Polygonatum?

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What are the meronyms for Polygonatum?

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Usage examples for Polygonatum

Hairy, or True, or Twin-flowered Solomon's Seal polygonatum biflorum Flowers-Whitish or yellowish green, tubular, bell-shaped, 1 to 4, but usually 2, drooping on slender peduncles from leaf axils.
"Wild Flowers Worth Knowing"
Neltje Blanchan et al
The names Convallaria polygonatum signify "growth in a valley," and "many jointed."
"Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure"
William Thomas Fernie

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