noun la·bur·num \lə-ˈbər-nəm\

Definition of laburnum

  1. :  any of a small genus (Laburnum, especially L. anagyroides) of poisonous leguminous shrubs and trees of Eurasia with pendulous racemes of bright yellow flowers

Origin and Etymology of laburnum

New Latin, from Latin

First Known Use: 1567

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