Definition of Great yellow gentian
1. Noun. Robust European perennial having clusters of yellow flowers.
Group relationships: Gentiana, Genus Gentiana
Generic synonyms: Gentian
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Literary usage of Great yellow gentian
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1. The Farmer's Encyclopædia, and Dictionary of Rural Affairs: Embracing All by Cuthbert William Johnson (1844)
"That which is principally used in medicine is the root of the great yellow gentian (G. lútea), which is imported from Germany. The generic name was given to ..."
2. Landscapes of the Costa Brava and Barcelona: A Countryside Guide by Michael Lockwood, Teresa Farino (2003)
"All of these species are highly toxic to grazing livestock, hence their ability to thrive in such heavily grazed habitats, but great yellow gentian roots ..."
3. The American Homœopathic Dispensatory by Theodore D. Williams (1884)
"SYN., Gentiane Inlet ¡¡i, G. majoris, G. rubra. VULG., Bitter root, Common gentian, great yellow gentian, Yellow gentian. These plants, both of them, ..."