Meaning of tragium in English:

tragium

Pronunciation /ˈtreɪɡɪəm/

noun

historical
  • A strong-smelling plant known to the ancient Greeks.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in John Maplet (d. 1592), writer on natural philosophy. From classical Latin tragion, denoting an unidentified strong-smelling plant (Pliny) from Hellenistic Greek τράγιον strong-smelling plant from ancient Greek τράγος he-goat + -ιον, suffix forming nouns.