used for healing wounds
Origin of vulneraryClassical Latin vulnerarius ; from vulnus, a wound: see vulnerable
any vulnerary drug, plant, etc.
Used in the healing or treating of wounds.
A remedy used in healing or treating wounds.
Origin of vulneraryLatin vulnerārius, from vulnus, vulner-, wound; see vulnerable.
(comparative more vulnerary, superlative most vulnerary)
- Useful or used for healing wounds; healing, curative.
- (archaic, rare) Causing wounds, wounding.
- Restricted in modern use primarily to works on ethnobotany and traditional medicine.
- A healing drug or other agent used in healing and treating wounds.
From Latin vulnerārius, from vulnus (“wound”).