noun Sol·lya \ˈsälēə, -lyə\

Definition of Sollya

  1. :  a genus of Australian woody vines (family Pittosporaceae) with evergreen entire leaves, nodding blue flowers in loose cymes, and oblong many-seeded capsules

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Origin and Etymology of sollya

New Latin, after Richard H. Solly †1858 English botanist

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