noun nan·di·na \nan-ˈdī-nə, -ˈdē-\

Definition of NANDINA

:  a widely cultivated Asian evergreen shrub (Nandina domestica) of the barberry family having red berries

Origin of NANDINA

New Latin, from Japanese nanten
First Known Use: circa 1890


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