Audibertia

noun Au·di·ber·tia \ˌōdəˈbersh(ē)ə, ˌȯ-\

Definition of Audibertia

  1. :  a genus of low shrubs (family Labiatae) of the western U.S. and adjacent Mexico with often hoary or canescent foliage and small spicate flowers — see black sage 5

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Origin and Etymology of audibertia

New Latin, from Urbain Audibert †1846 French botanist + New Latin -ia


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