noun Vim·i·nar·ia \ˌviməˈna(a)rēə\

Definition of Viminaria

  1. :  a genus of Australian leafless shrubs (family Leguminosae) that resemble the brooms and have small orange-yellow flowers with a broad vexillum and connate keel petals and a one-seeded pod — see swamp oak

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Origin and Etymology of viminaria

New Latin, from Latin vimin-, vimen withe + New Latin -aria

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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