Definitions for vulneraryˈvʌl nəˌrɛr i
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
vul•ner•ar•yˈvʌl nəˌrɛr i(adj.; n.)(pl.)-ar•ies.
(adj.)used to promote the healing of wounds, as herbs or other remedies.
(n.)a remedy for wounds.
Origin of vulnerary:
1590–1600; < L vulnerārius=vulner-, s. of vulnus wound +-ārius -ary
A healing drug or other agent used in healing and treating wounds.
Useful or used for healing wounds; healing, curative.
Causing wounds, wounding.
Origin: From vulnerarius, from vulnus.
useful in healing wounds; adapted to the cure of external injuries; as, vulnerary plants or potions
a vulnerary remedy