Definition of Aniba
: a genus of tropical American trees of the family Lauraceae with aromatic foliage, inconspicuous flowers, and succulent fruit, the seeds of some having tonic properties
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Origin and Etymology of aniba
borrowed from New Latin, probably borrowed from an unidentified American Indian language
First Known Use: 1838
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