noun Co·lu·tea \kəˈlütēə\

Definition of Colutea

  1. :  a small genus of Eurasian shrubs (family Leguminosae) with yellow flowers and a bladdery inflated fruit pod — see bladder senna

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Origin and Etymology of colutea

New Latin, from Greek koloutea, koloitia, a kind of tree or shrub (perhaps a species of Cytisus)

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to cast off or become cast off

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