noun Co·ri·an·drum \-ˈandrəm\

Definition of Coriandrum

  1. :  a genus of slender annual herbs (family Umbelliferae) with pinnately dissected leaves and white flowers in compound umbels and with the petals of the outer flowers in each umbel enlarged and like rays

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Origin and Etymology of coriandrum

New Latin, from Latin

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