aloe vera

aloe vera
noun Etymology: New Latin, species name, from Aloe + Latin vera, feminine of verus true — more at very Date: circa 1936 an aloe (Aloe barbadensis syn. A. vera) whose leaves furnish a gelatinous emollient extract used especially in cosmetics and skin creams; also such an extract or a preparation composed primarily of such an extract

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