noun Wy·e·thia \wīˈēthēə\

Definition of Wyethia

  1. :  a genus of plants (family Compositae) that resemble sunflowers, are found especially in the western U.S., and have pistillate fertile ray flowers

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Origin and Etymology of wyethia

New Latin, from Nathaniel J. Wyeth †1856 American explorer + New Latin -ia

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