Greek Mythology A magic natural herb with black roots and white flowers that has been provided to Odysseus by Hermes to ward off the spells of Circe.
A magic herb or plant employed by Odysseus to conquer Circe.
Any plant linked to the mythological moly, particularly the European allium, Allium moly.
A fabulous herb of occult energy, having a black root and white blossoms, stated by Homer to own already been distributed by Hermes to Ulysses to counteract the means of Circe.
a type of garlic (Allium Moly) with big yellowish plants; -- labeled as additionally golden garlic.
A fabulous natural herb of secret energy, represented as having a black root and also the rose milk-white, stated by Homer to possess already been provided by Hermes to Odysseus (Ulysses) to counteract the means of Circe.
Wild garlic, Allium Moly. The moly of Dioscorides is believed to have already been Allium subhirsutum; the dwarf moly is