Ungnadia

noun Un·gna·dia \ˌənˈnādēə, ˌəngəˈnā-\

Definition of Ungnadia

  1. :  a monotypic genus of shrubs or small trees (family Sapindaceae) comprising the buckeyes of southwestern North America and distinguished by shining dark green leaves, rose-colored flowers, and poisonous black seeds

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Origin and Etymology of ungnadia

New Latin, from Baron David von Ungnad 16th century Austrian diplomat + New Latin -ia


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