noun Knor·ria \ˈnȯrēə, ˈnär-\

Definition of Knorria

  1. :  a form genus based on fossil stems of Carboniferous age that are intermediate in structure between those typical of the Lepidodendraceae and the Sigillariaceae

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Origin and Etymology of knorria

New Latin, from Georg W. Knorr †1761 German collector of petrified objects + New Latin -ia

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