Definition of Achariaceae
: a family of erect herbs or subshrubs (order Parietales) with palmately lobed leaves and monoecious flowers
achariaceous\ə-¦ka-rē-¦ā-shəs, -¦ker-ē-\ adjective
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Origin and Etymology of achariaceae
New Latin, from Erik Acharius †1819 Swedish botanist + New Latin -aceae
First Known Use: 1902
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