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sativum means 'cultivated'. [See Allium sativum, Coriandrum sativum, Lepidium sativum, Pisum sativum, Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon.]

Satureja [genus name] is a Latin name for these plants.

The Roman natural historian, Pliny (23-79), refers to it as Satureia and it is said to have been so-called because it was believed to be associated with the satyrs. [See Satureja.]

Saururus [genus name] is derived from Greek sauro- (lizard) and oura (tail, tailed) components with reference to the shape of the flower-spike. [See Saururus.]

scabiosa is derived from Latin scabies (scab, mange, itch, rough). [See Centaurea scabiosa.]

scabiosifolia is derived from the genus name Scabiosa and -folia (leaved) components meaning 'with leaves like those in that (scabious) genus'. [See Patrinia scabiosifolia.]

scabra is Latin (rough, scabby) meaning 'rough or gritty'. [See Gentiana scabra, Richardia scabra.]

scandens is derived from Latin scandere (climbing) meaning 'climbing or twining'. [See Billardiera scandens, Celastrus scandens, Hibbertia scandens, Philodendron scandens forma micans, Philodendron scandens var. oxycardium, Psophocarpus scandens, Rhodotypos scandens, Ripogonum scandens.]

Scandix [genus name] is a Greek name for 'shepherd's needle' (Scandix pecten-veneris). [See Scandix.]

scariosa means 'shrivelled'. [See Liatris scariosa.]

sceleratus is derived from Latin scelus (evil deed, crime) meaning 'poisonous, wicked or hurtful'. [See Ranunculus sceleratus.]


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