Stomoisia

noun Sto·moi·sia \ stəˈmȯisēə \

Definition of Stomoisia

: a large genus of herbs (family Lentibulariaceae) widely distributed on wet shores and having rootlike bladder-bearing branches, minute or scalelike leaves, and racemose or solitary irregular often spurred mostly yellow flowers — compare bladderwort

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Origin and Etymology of stomoisia

New Latin, perhaps from stom- + Greek oisos agnus castus + New Latin -ia


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