Stenanthium

noun Ste·nan·thi·um \ stə̇ˈnan(t)thēəm \

Definition of Stenanthium

:a genus of smooth bulbous perennials (family Liliaceae) of North America and eastern Asia with long grasslike leaves and numerous small flowers in compound racemes — see bronze bells

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Origin and Etymology of stenanthium

New Latin, from sten- + Greek anthos flower + New Latin -ium


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