plural noun Sap·in·da·les

Definition of Sapindales

  1. :  an order of dicotyledonous plants having the stamens inserted on a disk and the ovary with one or two ovules in each cell

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Origin and Etymology of sapindales

New Latin, probably from Sapindus + -ales

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