Definition of Primulales
: an order of gamopetalous pentamerous dicotyledonous herbs, shrubs, or trees that includes the families Primulaceae, Theophrastaceae, and Myrsinaceae and is distinguished by the one-celled ovary with free-central placentation — see plumbaginales
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Origin and Etymology of primulales
New Latin, from Primula + -ales
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