[pod-uh-fil-in] /ˌpɒd əˈfɪl ɪn/
a resin, occurring as a light brown to greenish amorphous powder, obtained from , and used in medicine chiefly as a cathartic and, locally, in the treatment of genital warts.
a bitter yellow resin obtained from the dried underground stems of the May apple and mandrake: used to treat warts and formerly as a cathartic
podophyllin pod·o·phyl·lin (pŏd’ə-fĭl’ĭn)
A bitter-tasting resin obtained from the dried root of the May apple and used in medicine as a cathartic and caustic.
podophyllotoxin pod·o·phyl·lo·tox·in (pŏd’ə-fĭl’ə-tŏk’sĭn) n. A toxic polycyclic substance having cathartic properties and antineoplastic activity.
[pod-uh-fil-uh m] /ˌpɒd əˈfɪl əm/ noun 1. the dried rhizome of the May apple, Podophyllum peltatum, from which is derived.
/ˈpɒdəˌsfɪə/ noun 1. (informal) the world’s podcasters and their audience, viewed collectively
[pod-uh-thee-kuh] /ˌpɒd əˈθi kə/ noun, plural podothecae [pod-uh-thee-see] /ˌpɒd əˈθi si/ (Show IPA). Ornithology. 1. the horny integument covering unfeathered portions of the legs and toes of most birds.