Definition of allgood in English:

allgood

noun

historical
  • The perennial goosefoot, Chenopodium bonus-henricus (family Chenopodiaceae (or Amaranthaceae)), which has edible leaves and shoots and was formerly used as a vegetable and for medicinal purposes; also called Good King Henry, English mercury.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Henry Lyte (1529–1607), botanist and antiquary. From all + good, perhaps originally after Dutch algoede, itself probably after either post-classical Latin tota bona or its apparent etymon Middle French, French toute-bonne.

Pronunciation

allgood

/ˈɔːlɡʊd/