noun Si·ma·ba \sə̇ˈmäbə\

Definition of Simaba

  1. :  a genus of tropical South American trees (family Simaroubaceae) having pinnate leaves and panicles of small flowers with 5 imbricated sepals, 5 petals, and 10 stamens — see cedron

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Origin and Etymology of simaba

New Latin, from native name in Guiana

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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