noun Tro·phis \ˈtrōfə̇s\

Definition of Trophis

  1. :  a small genus of tropical American trees (family Moraceae) having alternate leaves, small dioecious green flowers in usually spicate or racemose clusters, and a nearly round thin-fleshed fruit with a single rather large seed

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Origin and Etymology of trophis

New Latin, from Greek, well-fed, nursling, from trephein to nourish

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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