correa

noun cor·rea \kəˈrēə, -rāə\

Definition of correa

  1. 1 capitalized :  a small genus of Australian shrubs (family Rutaceae) most of which have tubular scarlet, yellow, or white flowers

  2. 2 plural -s :  any plant of the genus Correa —called also native fuchsia

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Origin and Etymology of correa

New Latin, after José F. Correa da Serra †1823 Portuguese statesman and botanist


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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of correa


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