Moringa

noun Mo·rin·ga \məˈriŋgə\

Definition of Moringa

  1. :  a genus of East Indian and African trees constituting the family Moringaceae and having pinnate leaves and irregular flowers with 10 stamens and a 3-valved capsular fruit — see horseradish tree

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Origin and Etymology of moringa

New Latin, probably from Malayalam muriṅṅa


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