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AG'RIMONY, noun [Latin agremonia, from the Gr. Thus it is written by Pliny. But in lower Latin it is written agrimonia. Said to be from Gr. the web or pearl of the eye from white, which this plant was supposed to cure. See Theoph 887.]

A genus of plants, of several species. Of these, the eupatoria or common agrimony and the odorata or sweet scented, are the most useful.