Meaning of dictamnus in English:

dictamnus

noun

another term for "dittany of Crete" (see dittany)
  • ‘Origanum dictamnus is supposed to be good for the stomach, but is not too bad as just tea.’
  • ‘Native to the mountains of Crete and also called dittany or dictamnus, this perennial plant can reach a height of 0.3 meters.’
  • ‘The subject is the Effect of Solution Conductivity on the Volatile Constituents of Origanum dictamnus L. in Nutrient Film Culture’
  • ‘There are 89 plant species which can be used to make fragrant oils, including grass, cortex dictamni, sweetgrass, and peppermint.’
  • ‘Judaea sends us Lacryma balsami, Crete Coma dictamni, Arabia her flower of spices, India reaps her crop of spikenard.’
another term for gas plant

Origin

Mid 16th century from Latin.

Pronunciation

dictamnus

/dɪkˈtamnəs/