Definition of Varronia
: a large genus of tropical American shrubs and trees (family Boraginaceae) having pubescent or scabrous foliage and small usually white flowers with a 4-lobed or 5-lobed limb followed by fruit that is a small slightly fleshy drupe
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Origin and Etymology of varronia
New Latin, from Varron-, Varro (Marcus Terentius Varro †27 b.c. Roman scholar) + New Latin -ia
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