Stizo·lo·bi·um \ˌstizəˈlōbēəm, ˌstīz-\

Definition of Stizolobium

  1. taxonomic synonym of mucuna

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Origin and Etymology of stizolobium

New Latin, from stiz- (from Greek stizein to tattoo) + -o- + -lobium (from Greek lobion small lobe, diminutive of lobos lobe) — more at sleep

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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