noun En·ta·da \en‧ˈtädə\

Definition of Entada

  1. :  a small genus of tropical woody vines (family Leguminosae) with small flowers in clustered spikes and large woody pealike pods containing large highly polished seeds — see snuffbox bean

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Origin and Etymology of entada

New Latin, probably from native name in India

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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