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ur·gin·e·a

(ŭr-jin'ē-ă),
The bulbs of Urginea indica (Indian squill) and Urginea maritima (white or Mediterranean squill); the source of squill.
[L. urgeo, to press, referring to the shape of the seeds]
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Rydach chi'ch dau yn gywir - mae Urginea maritima a Scilla maritima yn enwau gwyddonol sy'n cael eu defnyddio ac yn cael ei alw'n 'sea squill' a 'sea onion' yn Saesneg.
Additional Mediterranean relicts in the rock crevices are Galium incanum, Rubia tenuifolia, Ephedra foeminea, Ononis natrix, Ballota saxatilis, Hyoscyamus aureus, Piptatherum miliaceum, and Urginea maritima.
Other species: Linaria spartea and Vulpia myurus + in 2; Stellaria graminea 2 in 4; Anarrhinum bellidifolium, Diplotaxis catholica, Geranium molle, Omphalodes linifolia and Urginea maritima + in 5; Aegilops triuncialis, Sherardia arvensis and Vulpia geniculata + in 6; Linaria incarnata + in 9; Dactylis hispanica and Plantago lanceolata + in 10; Juncus capitatus and Rumex gallicus +, Eryngium campestre 1 and Parentucellia viscosa 2 in 11; Rumex angiocarpus +, Linaria amethystea 1, Trifolium alexandrinum and Agrostis pourretii 2 in 12; Briza maxima and B.
'Squills' yn l hen eiriadur yw 'nionyn y mr (urginea) ac a ddefnyddid at y dwer, a llacio'r anadl.
Han sido un total de 14 remedios vegetales que se corresponden con 17 especies botanicas que se citan a continuacion: aceite de arnica o arnica (Senecio jacobaea L.), aceite de arnica o arnica (Hypericum perforatum L.), aceite de oliva (Olea europaea L.), ajo (Allium sativum (Link) D"ll), cebolla (Allium cepa L.), ceborrancha (Urginea maritima (L.) Baker), raiz de arzolla (Centaurea ornata Willd.), <<raiz de arzolla>> (Atractylis gummifera L.), eucalipto (Eucaliptus globulus Labill, E.
& Yagi, S.M.--2010--Anatomical and Phytochemical Studies of the Leaves and Roots of Urginea grandiflora and Pancratium tortuo sum--Ethnobot.