Zephyranthes

noun Zeph·yr·an·thes \ˌzefəˈranˌthēz\

Definition of Zephyranthes

  1. :  a genus of American bulbous plants (family Amaryllidaceae) having pink, white, or yellowish solitary flowers with broad segments and stamens of different lengths

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Origin and Etymology of zephyranthes

New Latin, from Greek zephyros zephyr + New Latin -anthes


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