Definitions for "Plantain"
Keywords:  banana, ripe, starchy, eaten, cooked
A treelike perennial herb (Musa paradisiaca) of tropical regions, bearing immense leaves and large clusters of the fruits called plantains. See Musa.
The fruit of this plant. It is long and somewhat cylindrical, slightly curved, and, when ripe, soft, fleshy, and covered with a thick but tender yellowish skin. The plantain is a staple article of food in most tropical countries, especially when cooked.
(plan' ten) Vegetable banana side dish--cooked like candied yams, served wih meats; sometimes for breakfast (great!)
Any plant of the genus Plantago, but especially the Plantago major, a low herb with broad spreading radical leaves, and slender spikes of minute flowers. It is a native of Europe, but now found near the abode of civilized man in nearly all parts of the world.
any of numerous plants of the genus Plantago; mostly small roadside or dooryard weeds with elliptic leaves and small spikes of very small flowers; seeds of some used medicinally
This member of the plantago family is a rich source of chlorophyll and allantoin.
Keywords:  alligator, variety
a variety of alligator
Keywords:  rid, mucus, trace, vitamins, secretions
Plantain helps to neutralize stomach acids and normalize all stomach secretions. It helps rid the body of mucus. Plantain is rich in vitamins C, K and T. It contains a high content of trace minerals.
Keywords:  claimant, common, name, one
There is more than one claimant to the common name...