noun Gy·min·da \jə̇ˈmində\

Definition of Gyminda

  1. :  a small genus of tropical American shrubs and trees (family Celastraceae) with opposite leathery leaves and unisexual flowers in axillary cymes followed by small blue or black drupaceous fruits

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Origin and Etymology of gyminda

New Latin, anagram of Myginda, genus of trees or shrubs from Francis von Mygind 18th century German botanist

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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