noun Ro·chea \ˈrōshēə\

Definition of Rochea

  1. :  a small genus of southern African fleshy undershrubs (family Crassulaceae) with showy cymose salver-shaped flowers of various colors

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Origin and Etymology of rochea

New Latin, from François Dela-Roche †1813 Swiss botanist

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