Parinarium

noun Par·i·nar·i·um

Definition of Parinarium

:a large genus of tropical evergreen shrubs and trees (family Rosaceae) with showy white or pink flowers, drupaceous fruits some of which are edible, and in some larger forms valuable timber — see gingerbread plum, parinari

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Origin and Etymology of parinarium

New Latin, from Galibi parinari


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