plural noun Lar·di·zab·a·la·ce·ae \ˌlärdəˌzabəˈlāsēˌē\

Definition of Lardizabalaceae

  1. :  a family of chiefly woody vines (order Ranales) with leaves usually digitate and baccate fruit



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Origin and Etymology of lardizabalaceae

New Latin, from Lardizabala, type genus (from Miguel Lardizábal y Uribe, 18th century Mexican statesman) + -aceae

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