aloysia

noun
alo·​ys·​ia | \ ˌaləˈwish(ē)ə\
plural -s

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First Known Use of aloysia

1818, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for aloysia

New Latin, after María Luisa (Aloysia) Teresa †1819 wife of Charles IV of Spain

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