Conringia

noun Con·ring·ia \känˈriŋ(g)ēə, -rinjēə\

Definition of Conringia

  1. :  a genus of Eurasian herbs (family Cruciferae) with entire clasping leaves, small yellow flowers in racemes, and long slender pods — see hare's-ear 2

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Origin and Etymology of conringia

New Latin, from Herman Conring †1681 German scholar + New Latin -ia


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