ce·a·no·thus noun \ˌsē-ə-ˈnō-thəs\
: any of a genus (Ceanothus) of American vines, shrubs, and small trees of the buckthorn family having the calyx disk adherent to the ovary
Origin of CEANOTHUS
New Latin, from Greek keanōthos,
First Known Use: 1785
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