Pru*nel"la (?), n. [NL., perhaps from G. braeune quinsy, croup.] Med. (a)

Angina, or angina pectoris.



Prunella salt Old Chem., niter fused and cast into little balls.


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Pru*nel"la, Pru*nel"lo, n. [F. prunelle, probably so called from its color resembling that of prunes. See Prune, n.]

A smooth woolen stuff, generally black, used for making shoes; a kind of lasting; -- formerly used also for clergymen's gowns.


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