deutzia

noun
deut·​zia | \ ˈdüt-sē-ə How to pronounce deutzia (audio) also ˈdyüt-\

Definition of deutzia

: any of a genus (Deutzia) of the saxifrage family of ornamental shrubs with usually white or pink flowers

First Known Use of deutzia

1837, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for deutzia

New Latin, from Jean Deutz †1784? Dutch patron of botanical research

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