Origin of angelicaModern Latin from Medieval Latin (herba) angelica, literally , the angelic (herb) from Ecclesiastical Late Latin angelicus (see angelic): so named from its medical uses
any of a number of related plants (genus Angelica) of the umbel family, with tall stalks, large divided leaves, clusters of white or greenish flowers, and roots and fruit used in flavoring, perfumes, medicine, etc.
- a. Any of various herbs of the genus Angelica in the parsley family, having pinnately compound leaves and small white or greenish flowers in compound umbels, especially the Eurasian A. archangelica, whose roots and fruits are used in flavoring liqueurs and whose stems are candied and eaten.b. The edible stem, leaf, or root of Angelica archangelica.
- often Angelica A sweet white wine or liqueur.
Origin of angelicaMedieval Latin (herba) angelica angelic (herb), angelica from Late Latin feminine of angelicus angelic from Late Greek angelikos from Greek of a messenger from angelos messenger
(plural angelicas or angelica)
- A female given name.
- During the series, Angelica frames Mari-Mar for theft and sends her to prison, burns down her grandparents hut (with the grandparents in it) and forges a letter to Mari-Mar from Sergio to claim he never loved her.
- Angelica Tree (Aralia Spinosa) - This fine shrub has often been put in exposed places, but it is better where its great leaves will not be torn, and in every size may be used in the pleasure ground.
- Additionally, many supplements can be found that contain black cohosh (Cimicifugaracemosa) or dong quai (Angelica sinensis), which are herbs high in phytoestrogens.
- Herbs used to treat oligomenorrhea include dong quai (Angelica sinensis), black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa), and chaste tree (Vitex agnus-castus).
- The acid, when distilled slowly, is decomposed and yields a and 0-angelica lactones.