Samadera

noun Sa·mad·era \səˈmadərə; ˌsaməˈdirə, -ˈderə\

Definition of Samadera

  1. :  a genus of East Indian and African trees (family Simaroubaceae) having flowers with a 3- to 5-parted perianth and 6 to 10 included stamens and a fruit that is a dry drupe — see niepa

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Origin and Etymology of samadera

New Latin, from Sinhalese samadarā, a tree of Ceylon


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