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galangal a plant of the ginger family with aromatic roots used in medicine and flavoring, or its roots. [2 definitions]
germander any of various herbs of Europe and America, usu. aromatic and with spikes of reddish or purplish flowers.
ginseng the aromatic root of any of several related Asian plants, or a preparation made from it, used for medicinal purposes. [1/2 definitions]
herb any of several types of such plants that are used for their medicinal or aromatic properties or as flavorings for food. [1/3 definitions]
histidine an aromatic amino acid, essential in humans and other animals, that is found in proteins.
horehound an aromatic herb with fuzzy, whitish leaves and a bitter juice that is used as a flavoring and as a remedy for coughs. [1/3 definitions]
hyssop a woody aromatic plant of the mint family that is native to Asia and bears blue flowers in spikes.
incense1 any gum, wood, or other aromatic substance that produces a pleasant odor when burned. [1/4 definitions]
Latakia a variety of aromatic Turkish smoking tobacco.
laurel any of various evergreen trees or shrubs of the Mediterranean area, now cultivated in America, that have large, shiny, aromatic leaves and bear yellow flowers. [1/3 definitions]
liqueur a strong alcoholic beverage with a sweet or aromatic flavoring; cordial.
lovage a European herb whose leaves and aromatic seeds are used as seasonings.
magnolia any of a number of widely distributed trees or shrubs, usu. with large, colorful, aromatic flowers that bloom before the leaves appear. [1/2 definitions]
mastic an aromatic gum or resin from the bark of a small evergreen tree of the Mediterranean region, used as an astringent and an ingredient in varnish. [1/3 definitions]
mint1 any of a variety of aromatic plants often cultivated as a source of fragrant oils for flavorings such as peppermint or spearmint. [1/2 definitions]
myrtle any of several shrubs, esp. one found in the Mediterranean region and western Asia, that have evergreen leaves and bear pink or white flowers and aromatic, dark blue berries. [1/2 definitions]
nard an aromatic plant related to valerian, native to the Himalayas, and used by the ancients as a source of a medicinal balm.
nonaromatic combined form of aromatic.
pelargonium a plant of the geranium family having circular, sometimes aromatic leaves, and bearing variously colored flowers.
pennyroyal either of two herbaceous, aromatic plants that yield pungent oils.
phenyl the monovalent radical that forms the basis of several aromatic compounds, such as benzene, phenol, and aniline.