noun Uni·o·la \yüˈnīələ, ˌyünēˈōlə\

Definition of Uniola

  1. :  a small genus of showy North American perennial grasses having ample panicles of 2-edged spikelets of which the lowermost glumes are empty and including several that are valued as sand stabilizers — see sea oat

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Origin and Etymology of uniola

New Latin, from Late Latin, a kind of plant, probably from unio oneness, unity, union

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to cast off or become cast off

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