See Parorchidium.


(From Chrysanthemum 2136 aurum, and a flower). Called also bellis lutea foliis pro-funde incisis major; chrysanthemum segetum Lin. Sp. Pi. 1254; corn marigold. It is an annual plant, frequently met with amongst corn. The Germans commend it in the jaundice; but it is not employed in practice with us.

It is likewise a name for the garden marigold, and many other herbs, whose flowers are of a bright yellow colour. See Calendula.

Chrysanthemum bidens. See Acmella.

Chrysanthemum cotulae folio. See Buphthalmum Verum.

Chrysanthemum Indicum. See Battatas Canadensis.

Chrysanthemum leucanthemum. See Bellis major. It is also the name for several species of sun-jloiver, cotu/a, and the common ox eye.


An epithet of a sort of pas-sum, recommended by P. AEgineta to be drunk with the seed of atriplex for the jaundice.


The name of a yellow plaster in P. AEgineta for fresh wounds; from Chryse 2138 gold.


(From Chrysisceptrum 2139 gold, and a rod, or staff, so named from the yellow colour of its stem). See Virga aurea.


Or Chrysitis Spodos, (from Chrysitis 2141aurum). See Lithargyrum.

Chrysobalanus Galeni

(From Chrysobalanus Galeni 2142 and a nut, on account of its colour). See Nux moschata.


See Chamaemelum.


Ceraunius, (from Chryso 2144 gold, and thunder). See Aurum fulminans.


(From Chrysochalcum 2146 and brass). See AEsecavum.


(From Chrysocolla 2148 gold, and glue, or solder). See Tincal and Borax.


(From Chrysocoma 2150 gold, and hair, from its resembling golden hair). See Elichry-sum.


(From Chrysogonum 2152 and a knot).

Red turnip.


(From Chrysolachanon 2154 and the olus; so called from its leaf and root being yellow like the olus). See Atriplex.