solanum

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See also: Solanum

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Etymology[edit]

From the genus name.

Noun[edit]

solanum (plural solanums)

  1. (botany) Any plant in the genus Solanum.
  2. (East Africa) A traditional green vegetable in the genus Solanum, specifically Solanum nigrum, and sometimes Solanum macrocarpon, Solanum scabrun, and Solanum villosum.

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Etymology[edit]

First used by Pliny. Possible etymologies include:

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Noun[edit]

sōlānum n (genitive sōlānī); second declension

  1. a plant: nightshade

Declension[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative sōlānum sōlāna
Genitive sōlānī sōlānōrum
Dative sōlānō sōlānīs
Accusative sōlānum sōlāna
Ablative sōlānō sōlānīs
Vocative sōlānum sōlāna

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