Definition of Weinmannia
: a large genus of shrubs and trees (family Cunoniaceae) that are found chiefly in the southern hemisphere and have opposite mostly simple leaves, racemose flowers, a free ovary, and 2-celled 2-valved capsules — see tenio
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Origin and Etymology of weinmannia
New Latin, from J. W. Weinmann, 18th century German apothecary + New Latin -ia
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