Solomon's sealSol·o·mon's seal
- a mystical symbol in the form of a six-pointed star
Origin of Solomon's sealtranslated, translation of Modern Latin sigillum Salomonis: so named probably from starlike markings on the rootstock any of a genus (Polygonatum) of perennial plants of the lily family, with broad, waxy leaves, drooping, greenish flowers, and blue or black berries
- A six-pointed star or hexagram supposed to possess mystical powers.
- Any of several woodland plants of the genus Polygonatum, having paired greenish-yellow tubular flowers hanging from the leaf axils.
angular Solomon's seal