from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A sea-mat of the family Flustridæ: so called from its scent.
- n. In the southwestern United States, Pectis filipes, P. papposa, and P. longipes, small yellow-flowered lemon-scented composites with linear leaves dotted with oilglands. These plants are used medicinally by the Indians and the white settlers, in the form of a decoction. See limoncillo, 2.
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