allia-, alli-, allium

(Latin: garlic bulb; onion)

alliaceous (adjective), more alliaceous, most alliaceous
1. Of or pertaining to the botanical genus Allium, including garlic, onions, leeks, etc.: Jeremy was growing a lot of alliaceous plants in his garden so he would have a good supply of garlic bulbs and onions available for meals during the winter.
2. Having the strong odor or taste of garlic and onions: There are some people who get hungry when they smell alliaceous scents coming from frying onions and/or garlic while there are others who cannot endure the alliaceous odors.
Oder of garlic, onions, or leeks.
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alliaphage, alliaphagia
Eating, or consuming, garlic.
Eating garlic.