Belladonna itself, deadly nightshade; or some other soporific plant.
(heraldry) A sable or black color.
To mutter deliriously.
Origin of Dwale
From Middle English dwale (“dazed, stupor; deception, trickery; delusion; error, wrong-doing, evil”), from Old English dwala, dwola (“error, heresy; doubt; madman, deceiver, heretic”) and possibly of Scandinavian origin, compare Danish dvale ‘sleep, stupor’.
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