Definition of ambulia
: any of several aquatic plants of the genus Limnophila (family Scrophulariaceae) having finely dissected submerged and peltate floating leaves and being often grown as an aquarium plant
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Origin and Etymology of ambulia
borrowed from New Latin (Lamarck), borrowed from Konkani ambuli, name for Limnophora indica
First Known Use: 1841
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