Lindera

noun Lin·dera \ˈlindərə\

Definition of Lindera

  1. :  a small genus of evergreen or deciduous shrubs (family Lauraceae) that are native to Asia and North America and sometimes cultivated as ornamentals with small yellow flowers in nearly sessile axillary clusters — see spicebush

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Origin and Etymology of lindera

New Latin, from Johann Linder †1723 Swedish botanist


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