Rhagodia

noun Rha·go·dia \rəˈgōdēə\

Definition of Rhagodia

  1. :  a genus of Australian shrubs or herbs (family Chenopodiaceae) with small greenish spicate or panicled flowers succeeded by fleshy berries

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Origin and Etymology of rhagodia

New Latin, from Greek rhagōdēs like grapes (from rhag-, rhax grape + -ōdēs -ode) + New Latin -ia


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