Lavandula

noun La·van·du·la \ləˈvanjələ\

Definition of Lavandula

  1. :  a genus of Eurasian herbs or shrubs (family Labiatae) having small spicate flowers with a tubular 5-toothed calyx — see lavender

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Origin and Etymology of lavandula

New Latin, from Medieval Latin lavandula, lavendula marjoram, lavender — more at lavender


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