noun Lim·no·bi·um \limˈnōbēəm\

Definition of Limnobium

  1. :  a genus of American aquatic herbs (family Hydrocharitaceae) that have flowers with spathes — see frogbit 2

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Origin and Etymology of limnobium

New Latin, from Greek limnobion, neuter of limnobios living in a lake, from limn- + bios mode of life — more at quick

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