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Sanicle, san′ik′l, n. a plant of the genus Sanicula, the common wood-sanicle long supposed to have healing power.
Said to be an ancient Greek name of the Sanicle, of obscure meaning, strangely applied by Linnus to this plant.
That country-folk use sanicle to anoint their hands “when they are chapt by the winde.”The Old English Herbals|Eleanour Sinclair Rohde
I would push my way through a tangle of sanicle, and beyond the trunk of a slim elm catch a gleam of white in the dusk.Everyday Adventures|Samuel Scoville
He also gives as another name, Yorkshire Sanicle; and says it is called earning grass in Scotland.Proserpina, Volume 2|John Ruskin