Species: Rosa glauca / Rosa rubrifolia
Woody nightshade, also known as Bittersweet
Species: Solanum dulcamara
The name Solanum was given to the nightshade family by Pliny, the famous Roman naturalist. The word may have been derived from the Latin word "solamen", which means solice and may have been a tribute to its medicinal properties.
Species: Malva sylvestris
Malva is a Latin word which derives from the Greek "malakos", which means soft or soothing which may refer to the seeds, which produced an emollient.
Species: Galium verum
Galium derives from the Greek "Gala", which means milk. The leaves of Galium verum were once used to curdle milk.
Species: Vicia sativa
Vicia is a Latin word, possibly derived from the Latin word vincio, which means "to bind".