Eriobotrya

noun Er·i·o·bot·rya \ˌerēōˈbä‧trēə\

Definition of Eriobotrya

  1. :  a small genus of Asian evergreen trees (family Rosaceae) having paniculate white flowers and a fruit with large seeds and a thin endocarp — see loquat 1

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Origin and Etymology of eriobotrya

New Latin, from erio- + -botrya (from Greek botrys bunch of grapes)


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