Definition of bauera
1 capitalized : a small genus of evergreen shrubs (family Saxifragaceae) native to eastern Australia with pink or purple long-stalked flowers resembling single roses
2 plural bauera : a plant of the genus Bauera
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Origin and Etymology of bauera
New Latin, after Ferdinand Bauer †1826 and Franz A. Bauer †1840 Austrian botanical painters
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