Jussiaean

adjective Jus·si·ae·an
variants: or

Jussieuan

\-¦yüən\ less commonly

Jussiean

\-¦ēən\

Definition of Jussiaean

  1. :  of or relating to the French botanists Bernard de Jussieu or Antoine Laurent de Jussieu Jussiaean classification

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Origin and Etymology of jussiaean

from or irregular from Bernard de Jussieu †1777 or Antoine Laurent de Jussieu †1836 French botanists + English -an


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